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Old 03-25-23, 10:13 AM
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Darn, beat me my registration email confirmation was 8:15
I was literally just checking my email this morning and it popped up. I knew it would be a sprint.

I think I should wear a green jersey first day...
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I was literally just checking my email this morning and it popped up. I knew it would be a sprint.

I think I should wear a green jersey first day...
Heck, you won the Prologue! You get the Yellow!
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Registered!
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Originally Posted by gugie View Post
Got mine in already, with a note from the director that I was the first one!

First to register, last up the hill...
You should be awarded extra Hero points for registering when itís snowing.
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Eventbrite timed out as I pushed last button, but I soldiered on to registration.
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Criminy - I'm the worst PR man for this ride. Here I was ready to post an announcement and @gugie beat me too it! The Bike-Butcher of Portland is also the ultimate Cino-pimp!!

I couldn't have answered the questions any better myself either.

Thanks for supporting, guys - you're the best!!
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Originally Posted by squirtdad View Post
Darn, beat me my registration email confirmation was 8:15
I got 8:12!
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Old 03-26-23, 08:05 AM
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Kathy and I are in but still digging out after getting slammed with a couple of feet of snow yesterday. Hopefully it’ll melt by July so we can can get a few rides in before Cino.

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Old 03-26-23, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by majmt View Post
Kathy and I are in but still digging out after getting slammed with a couple of feet of snow yesterday. Hopefully itíll melt by July so we can can get a few rides in before Cino.

Looking out back from 2nd story window


When you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.


Our His & Hers Cino bikes still waiting for spring
super will be good to see you

I thought it was "Montana where men are men and sheep are nervous" and What do you call a guy Idaho with a pick up full of sheep? Pimp
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I am planning on going. Have a friend from Houston committed as well. Maybe others from outer States.

Two questions:
1. Where are best places to ride a few days before Cino to acclimate to the local gravel, etc? Any chance the Cino route signage out Thurs/Fri? Are Forest Service road maps available online? Is Whitefish or Kalispell a better home base (the days prior to Cino) for old friends to ride and recreate. Yes, I know Glacier NP is Close to the Sun Road ride (or something?) - but that's a post Cino choice for me.
2. Anyone driving from the Puget Sound area that could pick-up a bike in Issaquah and transport it both ways?, a 58cm frame.

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3. What is appropriate roguish era correct rando&your donny apparel?

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I am planning on going. Have a friend from Houston committed as well. Maybe others from distant States.

Two questions:
1. Where are best places to ride a few days before Cino to acclimate to the local gravel, etc? Any chance the Cino route signage out Thurs/Fri? Are Forest Service road maps available online? Is Whitefish or Kalispell a better home base (the days prior to Cino) for old friends to ride and recreate. Yes, I know Glacier NP is Close to the Sun Road ride (or something?) - but that's a post Cino choice for me.
2. Anyone driving from the Puget Sound area that could pick-up a bike in Issaquah and transport it both ways?, a 58cm frame.
1) I should get some routes posted on our website via ridewithgps - I have some local favorites that have decent gravel but not a ton of elevation in the 30 mile range. Either Kalispell or Whitefish are very accessible to these routes and to Kila where the ride starts. Whitefish is a ski/vacation town (think Boulder-light), Kalispell is more of a red-headed stepchild. Guess which is more expensive... Signage is not put up until Friday because we have had signs torn down at junctions in the past. Oddly enough, the rest of the signs are generally still up from years past once you get on the gravel.
2) If there is a possibility to put a bike on a train, that could be an option - there is a station in Whitefish and we could arrange pickup and dropoff.
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@mountaindave -
1. thanks for possible rides, 30mi mixed with less elevation gain would be great training for travel weary sea-levelers arriving from outer states. And shorter that climbs then descends on gravel might not hurt as a practice session. Out n Back? Helps a buddy test an unfamiliar vintage bike, when accustomed to full susp for off-road.
2. I will Amtrak myself, but do not wish to travel with two bikes. Hoping for a full week+ trip. Plus - there should be a bunch of Puget Sounders going. @rccardr, @northbend, Portlandia (will there be an RV involved?), and many other BFers to gather with..... Who will plan the BF pre-ride day/night party? Not sure my hotel on Friday.
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@mountaindave -
there should be a bunch of Puget Sounders going. @rccardr, @northbend, Portlandia (will there be an RV involved?), and many other BFers to gather with.....
I will not be at Cino this year.
That weekend falls on my wife's birthday and as much as I love Cino, I love my wife even more.
I will really miss you guys.
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Ooops missed your post #22.
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dang I would LOVE to join as a first-timer this year, but unfortunately I can't make it to Montana for those dates. I guess there's always next year!
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@mountaindave Hoping for a full week+ trip. Plus - there should be a bunch of Puget Sounders going. @rccardr, Portlandia (will there be an RV involved?), and many other BFers to gather with..... Who will plan the BF pre-ride day/night party? Not sure my hotel on Friday.
See, thatís the problem.
Plan a little party time, invite a few friends, serve some martinis at the top of the hill while wearing a sling and pretty soon youíre Mr Cino Party.
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I have clearance to go this year as part of our summer vacation. I haven't signed up yet because I want to see how I feel after next week's Tourica '23 silliness. If I make it through that without barfing up a lung or pissing everyone off, I'm in.

That may or may not be an inducement for anyone else to come.
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[Who will plan the BF pre-ride day/night party? Not sure my hotel on Friday.
While we donít have dinner, we do have the Concours díElegance Friday evening - something that we started since the last time you attended.

if there are a few people you know, I suggest a VRBO - they can be cheaper than a hotel, especially if youíre staying a few nights before (they usually have minimum stays).
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Too early for tire talk? I've heard talk of flats on this ride...

My frame will clear about a 30mm tire size. Any recommendations in the 28-30mm area??
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Too early for tire talk? I've heard talk of flats on this ride...

My frame will clear about a 30mm tire size. Any recommendations in the 28-30mm area??
Rene Herse, Gravel Kings and Paselas are commonly used. Canít go wrong with any of those. Avoid ultralight casings.

I suggest you make sure they are new and it might be a good idea to bring a spare.

Donít worry too much about it. This isnít a race. Youíll be in good company if you do.

Someone will always be nearby to offer up some ĎhelpĒ

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Too early for tire talk? I've heard talk of flats on this ride...

My frame will clear about a 30mm tire size. Any recommendations in the 28-30mm area??
Well, it's gravel, pinch flats can happen.

If you've got a good line of credit at the bank, the offerings from Rene Herse can't be beat. I'm sure many will pipe in with their recommendations as well.
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Gravel King file tread. 32mm on your rims mounts up to about 29-30mm.
Agree on avoiding anything ultralight, sidewalls can get damaged.
Also advise to use 28-32mm sized tubes, they seem a little loose when installing but don’t stretch out like a 25-28mm tube.
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Can't add any new tire suggestions, other than to advise widest tires you have, and not too low of tire pressure to avoid the pinch flats as you'll undoubtedly experience some unavoidable hard hits. Two spare tubes and a patch kit advised. In 2021, ran into a fellow riding a fixed gear, pal was helping him fix his 6th flat! Think he won an award for that, an award I can do without!
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