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Old 05-15-22, 02:09 PM
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Jerseys are now available for order via the https://www.cinorider.com website!



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I'm really partial to the red, but unfortunately it's only available in long sleeves, which are a no go riding around here. Guess it'll be green for me.
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At last year's Cino, not sure anyone can top this Cino Clunker!


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I'm really partial to the red, but unfortunately it's only available in long sleeves, which are a no go riding around here. Guess it'll be green for me.
But the red one would be perfect for lounging about in the cool of a Montana Saturday evening . . . .

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I'm really partial to the red, but unfortunately it's only available in long sleeves, which are a no go riding around here. Guess it'll be green for me.
I've never been to Berkley, but it seems to be cool there year-round. I wear my long sleeve to avoid sunscreen and I definitely use it up to the 60s, even 70s. It breathes nicely.
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I've never been to Berkley, but it seems to be cool there year-round. I wear my long sleeve to avoid sunscreen and I definitely use it up to the 60s, even 70s. It breathes nicely.
I see your game. You're trying to get me to buy both.
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I see your game. You're trying to get me to buy both.
It's for the kids!
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I've never been to Berkley, but it seems to be cool there year-round.
The problem with that is most rides out of Berkeley go up and over the hills where it's significantly warmer.
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The problem with that is most rides out of Berkeley go up and over the hills where it's significantly warmer.
The west coast of California is indeed a unique environment.
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Pushed our European vacation back to October to make this year's Cino work. Hopefully I'll have better luck avoiding the flats with 2" tires this year!
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The west coast of California is indeed a unique environment.
Last July during the COVID dip my wife and I decided to do a 3 day trip to the Central Coast of California, and stayed in Cayucas (beach town). We went over to Atascadero, where it was 108 around lunch time. We drove back to Cayucas (half hour drive), it was 68.

There's a reason Mark Twain claimed the coldest winter he ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.
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Last July during the COVID dip my wife and I decided to do a 3 day trip to the Central Coast of California, and stayed in Cayucas (beach town). We went over to Atascadero, where it was 108 around lunch time. We drove back to Cayucas (half hour drive), it was 68.

There's a reason Mark Twain claimed the coldest winter he ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.
Me and the wife lived in Walnut Creek for little while. It would be 95 and we would decide to go in to San Fran. Put on pants and grab your coat!
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Pushed our European vacation back to October to make this year's Cino work. Hopefully I'll have better luck avoiding the flats with 2" tires this year!
you better, i can't be there this year to give you tubes Europe will be less crowded in October. Win Win
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Accommodation available in Kalispell

I found an AirB'n'B house in Kalispell a while back, but have neglected to pay attention to filling it. Now that's become urgent — the cancellation deadline is 8 June, so I either need to fill or cancel before then.

It's a nice-looking modern house about 5 mins North of downtown Kalispell, with 5 bedrooms, and 6 beds. Two of those beds are spoken for, but theother four are available. I have the house Friday thru Monday, so that we can leave our stuff there while riding to Hot Springs, and then sleep over Sunday night after the second day of Cino.

One of the side effects of moving Cino to July is that prices in Kalispell are much higher; be prepared that your three-night share will be in the region of $650–$750 per person, depending on exactly how many people we fit in. But having a house will enable us to buy groceries and "eat in" rather than hunting for restaurants.

If you are interested, vaccinated and boosted, or just want to know more, contact me directly: apblack (at) ownmail.net. That address words for email or iMessages.
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and remember it is montana, so be prepared for weather also july is usually safe from snow....... but glacier is forecasted for snow (up to 2 feet) today https://www.weathernationtv.com/news...NYvzSLzfS4gmXc
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Don’t plan on biking through Yellowstone afterwards either…
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Don’t plan on biking through Yellowstone afterwards either…

Holy Moley that's wicked!

All entrances to the Park are closed.

Glad I passed thru in April!
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Well damn! We had planned to do Going To The Sun road the day after and then head for Yellowstone. Perhaps I should bring a vintage MTB (and snow shoes) instead of my planned steed.
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This week I did the final bit of modification to the Allegro that I'll ride at Cino. Today was the shakedown ride and "blessing of the bike" by the spirits residing in the old spring box turned shrine. Not quite the Madonna del Ghisallo, but it will do for me.



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and remember it is montana, so be prepared for weather also july is usually safe from snow....... but glacier is forecasted for snow (up to 2 feet) today https://www.weathernationtv.com/news...NYvzSLzfS4gmXc
For folks on the 2013 Cino, its etched in frostbite. I was soaked and cold on 9 mile hill and rode through rivers of water down to Kila. A rain shell and an extra layer can make a huge difference back there. The sag wagon parks at the pass and at lunch, so you can toss a layer in the wagon if you don't want to carry too much. Gotta love Montana weather.
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As I recall, in 2016 it was hot and humid going up Nine Mile Hill, then on the way down to Kila it started to rain. Then the temp dropped a bunch. Then hail.
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As I recall, in 2016 it was hot and humid going up Nine Mile Hill, then on the way down to Kila it started to rain. Then the temp dropped a bunch. Then hail.
Yea, Cino X. My son's 2nd Cino, I was on the Hobbs, he on his Mercian. @iab and I were riding on wooden rims/cork pads that year.
etherhuffer was sagg'n that year and had asked at the top of 9 mile hill if I wanted my jacket that he was carrying for me from the start.
I looked around saw the clouds forming up from where we had come but it was clear looking twords Kila where we were going.
It was still warm but the winds were beginning to pick up and my son and I figured if we took off right away we'd be able to beat the rain back to the Kila Pub.
I told HufferDave to keep it and I'd get it from him at the end of the ride. We took off downhill...
Well within a few miles the temps dropped, the winds came on quickly along with rain and hail.
We had to stop and with the help of a few riders including iabDave, move a tree that had fallen across the road.
Back on the bike, we put our noses to the bars and beat it as fast as we could to the Kila pub, wood rims and cork pads be dam*d.
I was thinking of my jacket stuffed in the sag car and Huffer laughing his arse off (which he was).
The Kila Pub never felt so good. Warm and foggy inside from all the muddy and wet riders packed in there.
It was fantastic!

Relive the glory Daze of Cino Here
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Yea, Cino X. My son's 2nd Cino, I was on the Hobbs, he on his Mercian. @iab and I were riding on wooden rims/cork pads that year.
etherhuffer was sagg'n that year and had asked at the top of 9 mile hill if I wanted my jacket that he was carrying for me from the start.
I looked around saw the clouds forming up from where we had come but it was clear looking twords Kila where we were going.
It was still warm but the winds were beginning to pick up and my son and I figured if we took off right away we'd be able to beat the rain back to the Kila Pub.
I told HufferDave to keep it and I'd get it from him at the end of the ride. We took off downhill...
Well within a few miles the temps dropped, the winds came on quickly along with rain and hail.
We had to stop and with the help of a few riders including iabDave, move a tree that had fallen across the road.
Back on the bike, we put our noses to the bars and beat it as fast as we could to the Kila pub, wood rims and cork pads be dam*d.
I was thinking of my jacket stuffed in the sag car and Huffer laughing his arse off (which he was).
The Kila Pub never felt so good. Warm and foggy inside from all the muddy and wet riders packed in there.
It was fantastic!

Relive the glory Daze of Cino Here
I take the weather big time serious. My family is from North Dakota. We were on my uncle's farm and my aunt screams "Run! Run for the house!" Scared us to death. As I look over my shoulder I see a black cloud rolling over the hill. The house was about 300 yards away. By the time we got there it was hailing golf ball sized hail. That is MT and ND weather. My uncle had a rope tied from his house to his barn so he didn't get lost in the winter in a storm. My aunt and uncle never locked their doors. I asked why. "What if someone is traveling down the road and a storm hits, how would they get in?" People relied on each other for shelter there, regardless. Up in Flathead the altitude exacerbates this too. Not to scare people to death, but I think Reed had on the original web site a warning that Cino is fun ride, but a serious ride. Wise words. Oh, and be sure to have a nice prayer dedicated to Thor, God of Thunder. He will appreciate your reverence
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Oh, and be sure to have a nice prayer dedicated to Thor, God of Thunder. He will appreciate your reverence
Hey, we've got Thor in spades!


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So, there seems to be a Cino-specific problem that nobody has addressed yet. That is, what watering hole should we all gather at following successful completion (something that I have discovered is not necessarily assured) of the ride? My understanding is that the Kila Pub is no more. So, do any of our resident Montanans have a fallback recommendation?
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