Martin and Jane Stafford invite you to Loop for 2 days of rides and visiting.
The Loop Community Building has been reserved for the Cushman weekend. There are camper hookups by the building if you want to camp. Brownfield or Lamesa have hotels if you need a room.
On Friday, March 4 there will be a poker ride that will meet and leave at 9:00am or as soon as it is warm enough. A morning ride will follow the poker ride. This ride will end in Seminole for lunch. The afternoon will be open so you can enjoy the company or a ride. Supper will be at a local restaurant or on your own.
On Saturday, March 5, Martin and Jane will provide breakfast burritos at 8:30 at the Community Building. A poker run is scheduled to leave at 9:00. A morning ride will follow the poker run.
Further plans will develop. The weather forecast looks good and we hope you will come for this first planned ride in West Texas area.
I have added the Texas Tiddler’s Ride to the Calendar of Events and a PDF file icon titled Tiddlers.jpg will be at the bottom of this post to download for the registration.
In December I received this from Dennis Leggett:
“We are hosting a 200 mile road enduro in East Texas on May 14, 2015. It will be the Texas Tiddler Endurance Run, with two 100 mile sections, one to start at 8:00 am and finish at 12:00 noon, break for lunch, leave at 2:00 pm and finish at 6:00. This is an opportunity for enthusiasts to bring out their little bikes for a fun day in the Piney Woods! There are four classes-Class I is 0-60cc machines, Class II is 61-125cc, Class III is 126-250cc and Class IV is for stock Cushman scooters. Pre 1990 machines can add 2 points for each year before 1990 (ie a 1960 model gets 60 points). Class I bikes leave on the hour (8:00 for the start), Class II & IV on the half hour (8:30), Class III on the second hour (9:00). This gives the smallest bikes 4 hours to complete 100 miles. There may be secret checkpoints and skills and chance contests to make it interesting. The start and finish will be at Boles Field Recreational Area in the Sabine National Forrest near Shelbyville, Texas and the mid point will be at Sawmill Town USA in Newton, Texas. If this is something the Texas Cushman Club would be interested in please let me know. Thanks, Dennis Leggett Texas Cushman #11, Cushman Club of America #77.”
This has been sent by Ross Murphy:
“Here is an event thats coming up here in East Texas in May. There is a special class for stock Cushmans. Dennis Leggett is a member of the Texas Cushman Club and is hosting this event. This is the second year that he had had this. It is a single day ride of about 200 miles. Doug Moore and I rode this last year and it’s a hard day of riding. I would like to see a lot more Cushmans this year. Hopefully if you could put this on the website we could generate more interest. Thanks