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Old 11-11-21, 10:13 PM
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Cino Ride Reports Here

I thought it would be handy to put a compilation of all Cino ride reports together in one thread.
Perhaps make this a sticky for posting future Cino ride reports?

I didn't find any on BF older than 2011 so it starts there.

2011
Cino Herioca ride report

2012
2012 Cino Heroica ride report

2013
2013 Cino Heroica ride report

2014
Cino Heroica 2014 After Action Report

2015
Cino heroica after action report 2015

2016
Cino Heroica 2016 photo thread

2017 Cxl’d Wildfires

2018
Piccolo Cino 2018: mountaindave saves the day

2019
2019 Cino Photo Thread

Cino Heroica and Coppi Centenario ride reports

2020 Cxl’d COVID

2021
Cino MMXXI

2021 Cino Heroica Ride Report

2022
Cino MMXXII - ready to roll and roll call!

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Old 11-12-21, 12:01 AM
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Geez, Matt it's almost as though you folks have a good time doing this or something.

I predict a whole bunch of time sunk into reading all of these again . . . .
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Old 11-12-21, 07:07 AM
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Thanks for doing this, Matt. Fun reading; it's like a Cino history lesson.
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Can we sticky this? It's a C&V institution!
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Old 11-12-21, 11:42 AM
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Thanks for curating those, Matt. I spent a couple of hours early this morning reading through them all!
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Some think this is a bucket list ride.

It's not.

A bucket list item is something you check off when you're done and go on to the next thing.

Cino is a lifestyle. It's the swallows returning to Capistrano. Recivists going back to the scene of the crime. You get type 1, 2 and 3 fun spread out over 2 days. It's staying at the almost too skanky Symes Hot Springs Hotel. Or putting a tent and sleeping bag on the vintage sag wagon, hoping that it doesn't throw a rod getting from Kila to Hot Springs. Eating fresh bacon at the top of the first climb, lunching on incredible food just below a waterfall, over dressing for an outdoor dinner, and being mentally tough enough to push beyond your boundaries up 9 Mile Hill without getting off and using the 2 foot granny.

No, not a bucket list item, you'll be back again.
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Some think this is a bucket list ride.

It's not.

A bucket list item is something you check off when you're done and go on to the next thing.

Cino is a lifestyle. It's the swallows returning to Capistrano. Recivists going back to the scene of the crime. You get type 1, 2 and 3 fun spread out over 2 days. It's staying at the almost too skanky Symes Hot Springs Hotel. Or putting a tent and sleeping bag on the vintage sag wagon, hoping that it doesn't throw a rod getting from Kila to Hot Springs. Eating fresh bacon at the top of the first climb, lunching on incredible food just below a waterfall, over dressing for an outdoor dinner, and being mentally tough enough to push beyond your boundaries up 9 Mile Hill without getting off and using the 2 foot granny.

No, not a bucket list item, you'll be back again.

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