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Cino MMXXIII and beyond ???

Old 08-01-22, 10:54 AM
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Cino MMXXIII and beyond ???

I haven't seen this posted so I decided to, below is an email I got, it looks like Kalispell Montessori, is planning to keep Cino going

super good news

I would suggest feed back to show the interest, love and support from C&V

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Hello Cino Riders!

We hope this finds you well and that you are enjoying your post-Cino summer. We wanted to extend our gratitude to all of you for participating in this year's Cino Ride. By all accounts it was a great success!

As you know, David has resigned his post as Ride Director, though he has agreed to provide invaluable counsel and spiritual leadership to the effort. A small team at Kalispell Montessori is planning to take over the planning and organizing of the ride and give it a go for 2023. To that end, we would love your feedback and ideas to help us make Cino 2023 better than ever. If Google forms aren't your thing, please feel free to reach out to us directly (toddlengacher@gmail.com or ericalengacher@gmail.com). We heard lots of great feedback throughout the weekend and want to make sure we incorporate it (as much as possible) into our planning.

We are hoping to nail down a date for next year's year by September. Stay tuned and happy pedaling!

With gratitude,
The Cino Planning Team
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Old 08-01-22, 11:45 AM
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WOW!

Fantastic news, email sent.
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That’s excellent news!
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That is good news. Hopefully, the reprieve will give my wife and I a chance to make it out for a future event. Now that I have retired, my schedule has a lot more flexibility.
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Terrific.

Better nail down a web domain.
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Originally Posted by repechage View Post
Terrific.

Better nail down a web domain.
https://cinorider.com
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Old 08-01-22, 12:41 PM
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Ownership and hosting is what I mean.
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In a world where some of my favorite old bike shops are closing down, Eroica California is on the ropes, and pandemic related cancellations have killed many bicycle events, it's great to know that Cino survives.
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In a world where some of my favorite old bike shops are closing down, Eroica California is on the ropes, and pandemic related cancellations have killed many bicycle events, it's great to know that Cino survives.
...and there's always TdMIL, despite the freezing rain on the most recent version almost doing in the participants via cold exposure.
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Good news! Hope I can make it next summer.
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I would suggest all interested respond to the survey or email the people listed, Let them know the support out there

I suggested they could get some local montana rivalries in place like UM Grizzlies vs MSU Bobcats (this is like a holy war in montana)
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Indeed Cino will live on! While I won’t be the logistics director, I will be the spiritual director, ensuring the spirit of Cino lives on!

We are all grateful for your support and look forward to next summer! We hope to have a date soon, but first I need to chat with another local ride director… when he gets back from Kyrgyzstan.

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Old 09-08-22, 05:24 AM
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We hope to have a date soon, but first I need to chat with another local ride director… when he gets back from Kyrgyzstan.
Hmm, scouting location for Cino 2024?!
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Originally Posted by mountaindave View Post
Indeed Cino will live on! Whil I won’t be the logistics director, I will be the spiritual director, ensuring the spirit of Cino lives on!

We are all grateful for your support and look forward to next summer! We hope to have a date soon, but first I need to chat with another local ride director… when he gets back from Kyrgyzstan.
I pitched they could get more local/state involvement with a Griz vs Bobcat angle....say most riders from each school. of course that could devolve very fast

nice to think of the Cino as your spirit animal
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