1964 721 Highlander for Sale

1964 721 Highlander Good condition. 8Hp M9 block with compression release big valve and Humphrey ignition and Electric start, front brake, turn signals, horn, front and rear bumpers scooter has about 10 hours on the engine and the rest is just restored. Perfect Highlander Honey scooter. Texas Title and current registration. $ 3,500.00  Call Richard 512 431 2940.  TCC # 892.

I will deliver within 150 miles. email for more pictures rkesselus@yahoo.com

Big Country Swap Meet 2018

Just wanted to give you an update on the Big Country Swap Meet in Abilene for 2018. I sure hope lots of your guys can make it again this year. We are growing well each year and have made some changes that will make it even better this year!

The dates are March 30-31 (Fri and Sat), and we are letting vendors only in at noon on Thursday to set up. If you haven’t “liked” the Big Country Swap Meet Facebook page, that is where we post updates and answer any questions, etc. Of course, our webpage (www.bigcountryswapmeet.com) has ALL the info as well as downloadable fliers, maps, etc.

We would love to be added to your “events” calendar and appreciate you adding it in the past. You are our prime voice to the Scooter folks!

Hope your year is starting out fantastic! Thanks again,


Randy Young KF5ZQQ

POB 1060

Abilene, Texas 79604

Happy New Year!

As this years ends, I am updating the membership list. We have 194 members as of today. The membership was at 249 before I removed those who didn’t renew.
The Calendar of Events has been updated also. It is early in the year but I like to get my calendar marked for Cushman rides early.  We don’t want to miss any chance to visit, ride,  and eat with our friends.  The Calendar is a work in progress and can be edited to include more rides or to correct information.
                                                         HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Richard Kesselus, Chrysti and Raymond Love, John Allbright, B.F. Smith, Ted Grishman, Don Henry, and Pete Henderson. Balmorhea, State Park,Alpine trip Nov. 2017

Tommy Goode adds 2 scooters to Classified Ads (12/21/2017 SOLD)

Both scooters have been sold as of 12/21/2017.

1959 Black Super Eagle with electric start and 8 Hp engine. It has new Mikuni carb kit and a clean Texas Title in my name. Lots of chrome and runs and drives great.

1959 Maroon Standard Eagle with new Phil Humphreys starter kit and new Mikuni Carb Setup. It also has spoke 10 inch chrome wheels. Loaded with chrome and has duals. This bike runs great and has a clean Texas Title in my name.

I am asking $5500 for the Black Super and Asking $6000 for the Maroon scooter.

I have included pictures. My contact numbers are Tommy Goode TCC 484, 512 303 0224 or 512 549 3062

Christmas Times A’Coming! 2017

The West Texas and Concho Valley Club Christmas party will be at the home of Ben and Gene Sargent on December 9, 2017. The address is 11297 Marshall St, Carlsbad, Texas 76934. Call Ben at (325) 234-5963 for directions. There will be a Chinese Christmas exchange so bring gift to trade for each person in your group. All are invited!

Picture from the 2016 party held at Midway, Texas, hosts, Raymond and Chrysti Love.

Alpine Nov. 2017


Alpine, Tx was the location of the last 2017 TCC ride. November 8 found several travelers heading to Alpine with the cold northern wind. Richard and Betty Kesselus and Raymond and Chrysti Love parked in the Last Alaskan RV park. Don Henry, B.F. Smith, Pete Henderson, John Allbright, and Ted Grisman used the local hotels for lodging.


Balmorhea was the destination on Thursday.


Friday was the 214 miles to visit Big Bend National Park.

Big Bend parkBig-Bend-mapBig-Bend-map-3Big-Bend-map-2



Saturday’s ride was through Ft. Davis and on the 78 mile loop that includes the McDonald Observatory.


Raymond Love, John Allbright, Ted Grisham, B.F. Smith, Don Henry, and Pete Henderson

We drove back to Ft. Davis for their evening Veteran’s Day program. The Big Bend Community Band presented a concert of patriotic music. During the medley of the Armed Forces Songs, the veterans stood to be recognized. Lieutenant Col Paul Stewart of Ft. Bliss was the keynote speaker.



Don Henry, Navy Veteran


B.F. Smith, Air Force Veteran


It was a perfect end to the weekend.

A special thanks to Don Henry for creating the event and leading the rides.

Photos by Richard Kesselus and Chrysti Love


Working On the History

So much more has appeared since the State Meet. I would still appreciate the 1994 CCOA magazine with the National and 12th Annual Texas State meet information. Roy Stanley and Tommy Goode have provided the 22nd State Meet information.

I would appreciate your naming the people in this magazine cover. Either email me at texascushmaneditor@gmail.com or reply in a comment on this post.


Collected answers:

2. Tommy Greer

3. Leroy Beicker

5. Bryan Gelwick

Classified Ads Problems

Nicholas Gans, Raymond Love, and Jack Miller have notified me that a Richard Garcia has been in contact with them in regards to their ads. This is a scam.

I have removed the email addresses from the Classified Ads. The phone numbers will be left.

The complete ads with email addresses will continue to be printed in the publications.  Send your write up to texascushmaneditor address so that Jennifer Johnson, TCC Editor, and I can use them to inform the membership of your ad.

Thank you, Chrysti