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Cino MMXXII - ready to roll and roll call!

Old 04-27-22, 04:25 PM
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Roughly seventy-two days til Cino.

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This is a ride that is high on my wish list. I don't think I'll be able to free up the time this summer though.
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As much as I promised myself that I'd make the pilgrimage to MT in 2022 as my first post-retirement big bike adventure, it will need to wait until 2023.

Mrs. PB have very fluid plans in July which could/should make us more settled moving forward.

Feel free to PM or email me if you have any specific freewheel needs for 'Cino before May 15th. I have a supply of serviced and ready to ship and ride vintage freewheels. I've been hoping to put them on the C&V classified, but just haven't found the time.
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Originally Posted by Roger M View Post
Roughly seventy-two days til Cino.

Bump.

72 days...... yikes, I am signed up but between being more out of shape now than I was 2 months before last years and some family stuff, I have to make pedal 9 mile hill or not decision very soon
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After recovery from Eroica California, time to focus on Cino! Pimp bump!

Many of you may know that the guy in red, below is none other than the famous Bob Freeman, retired co-owner of Elliott Bay Cycles in partnership with Bill Davidson and owner of >100 immaculate vintage bikes, many fully restored. This makes him the Face of Cino.



What is lesser known is that the fellow that Bob is chasing down a bit further down the road is me. That makes me the A$$ of Cino.
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Originally Posted by gugie View Post
Many of you may know that the guy in red, below is none other than the famous Bob Freeman, retired co-owner of Elliott Bay Cycles in partnership with Bill Davidson and owner of >100 immaculate vintage bikes, many fully restored. This makes him the Face of Cino.

What is lesser known is that the fellow that Bob is chasing down a bit further down the road is me. That makes me the A$$ of Cino.
Mamma always said, “Better to be a smart a$$ than a dumb a$$!”
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Jersey selection is underway, we should have options by the end of the weekend - stay tuned!
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I hope that someone with a torch will take an old Schwinn and create a Cino Clunker.
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I hope that someone with a torch will take an old Schwinn and create a Cino Clunker.
I'm searching, believe me...
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I have this old Typhoon but little time (and even less skill) to Klunkerate it before Cino.


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^ What does it need, except maybe fresh grease in the bearings?
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I have this old Typhoon but little time (and even less skill) to Klunkerate it before Cino.


just give it to you brother in law to ride, as is. He will still kill everyone
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I have this old Typhoon but little time (and even less skill) to Klunkerate it before Cino.

Plan B is the Bianchi!
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Plan B is the Bianchi!
The old Grizzly does have its charms but, as someone else here said, “this growing old stuff is getting serious.” Might try it on one of the days. We have his and hers AD Vent Noirs now anyway and we’ll probably just go with those.

I do have another though. It’s cool but probably goes well beyond what would be allowed even with a bribe. I was thinking of mounting some old dummy friction shift levers on the bars to conceal the dreadfully reliable SRAM X-0s but, as a teacher, you’d probably see right through that ploy.




Can barely see ‘em.

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just give it to you brother in law to ride, as is. He will still kill everyone
He never kills anybody that don’t have it comin’. Unfortunately, he and his lovely wife have to go to a stupid wedding that weekend but I’m trying to recruit a couple more riders.

added: If you come out early again this year, maybe we could get some warm-up rides in.

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I do have another though. It’s cool but probably goes well beyond what would be allowed even with a bribe. I was thinking of mounting some old dummy friction shift levers on the bars to conceal the dreadfully reliable SRAM X-0s but, as a teacher, you’d probably see right through that ploy.


Vent Noirs would be very cool, but an anniversary Stumpy would fall pretty close to the KOF category. Again, bribes have been known to work well. I had no idea they were even made - that’s pretty cool! At least they didn’t do disc brakes!
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KOF?

kicked outta fun?
killed off forever?
krusty old Fred?
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What a kind thing to say* but I can’t take things that seriously - I would just hope to not flame out.


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I hope that someone with a torch will take an old Schwinn and create a Cino Clunker.
At last year's Cino, not sure anyone can top this Cino Clunker!


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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Vent Noirs would be very cool, but an anniversary Stumpy would fall pretty close to the KOF category. Again, bribes have been known to work well. I had no idea they were even made - that’s pretty cool! At least they didn’t do disc brakes!
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KOF?

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killed off forever?
krusty old Fred?
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The old Grizzly does have its charms but, as someone else here said, “this growing old stuff is getting serious.” Might try it on one of the days. We have his and hers AD Vent Noirs now anyway and we’ll probably just go with those.

I do have another though. It’s cool but probably goes well beyond what would be allowed even with a bribe. I was thinking of mounting some old dummy friction shift levers on the bars to conceal the dreadfully reliable SRAM X-0s but, as a teacher, you’d probably see right through that ploy.




Can barely see ‘em.
cool factor should count some, might only get half a signoff
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I am registered, but in looking at some family commitments and my lack of fitness I am not attending this year.

this is a bummer, but I think best decision, after one year of DNF I want to be strong next time I ride this.

If anyone is interested I will be cancelling my reservations at Symes later today, so there will a room with a shower opening up.
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I am registered, but in looking at some family commitments and my lack of fitness I am not attending this year.
You will be missed, Jim! Taking care of your own is important. Be well!
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Jerseys are now available for order via the https://www.cinorider.com website!



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