Abilene parade September 10, 2016

Good Evening, Just remind everyone of our annual West Texas Fair Parade in Abilene. Line up next Saturday south of Courthouse at our regular place at 9:30 am for the 10:30 parade start. After the parade we will meet for lunch and hopefully we can find a leader if anyone wants to ride afterward. Thanks, Don Henry
Don Henry 325-692-3749

Updates to Website

I have been copying and pasting the newsletter information about the State Meet page on the website. Thanks, Jennifer, for the great newsletter. You have done a great job.

There are paragraphs about schedules, show scooter information, 100 year ride qualifications, and  rv sites/hotel info for you. The ladies will want to read about the Highlander Honey’s Ride and luncheon on Saturday.

The Drawing was a big hit last year. The ladies collected more than enough to pay the tab for repairing the Pull Sled.

The Foster Art classified ad has been removed. Jim Harris has reduced the price of the 2 scooters he has for sale in the classified ads.

Spend a little time and get excited! State Meet Time is HERE.

See you soon.

Spring Creek, San Angelo weekend August 2016

The rides were great and we ate well. 

On Friday morning we started out early on a breakfast ride with 12 scooters. We arrived in Mereta, Tx after 40 miles through the crops and fields of Tom Green county. 

The afternoons were spent trying to get cool and then we would slowly reappear to visit some more. Thursday night
We ate at Catfish Corner with 21 people. Friday we had 28 at Western Skies, and Saturday afternoon we meet with 21 at Freddie’s. 

On Saturday morning the Breakfast Master, Ben Sargent, served sausage and pancakes at the Pavillion. 

The 10 scooters headed to Foster Park and the ladies headed to garage sales. Every one was happy.

Night time visiting was enjoyed by all these wonderful friends.

Thanks to Beverly Ledoux, Margaret Trevino, and Chrysti Love for the pictures.

Safe travels and we’ll see you all again.

Spring Creek, San Angelo, TX

This is a reminder about the next Texas meet.

We are gathering in San Angelo at Spring Creek Marina. Come in on Thursday, August 4 and out on Sunday, August 7. Call 325-944-3850 for RV or cabin spaces. We have a screened-in pavilion for visiting and eating together.

On Friday morning, August 5th, a breakfast ride has been planned.

Any question, call Raymond Love 806-759-8870 or Ben Sargent 325-234-5963

Jim Harris – For sale 1964 Yellow Silver Eagle

PRICE REDUCED: $7995. OBO  (8/22/2016)

Jim Harris

TCC #1663, CCOA #12518, OKCC #320

For Sale:  1964 Cushman Silver Eagle Vanguard  conversion with silver eagle 2 speed transmission.  Built by Doug Moore of Terrell, TX.  23 hp Briggs and Stratton twin cylinder engine, < 1000 miles, aluminum front and rear hubs, 12 inch polished aluminum wheels with 120/70-12 Michelin radial tires, lots of chrome (front and rear brake backing plates, upper and lower fork tubes, luggage rack, dash plate, stretched head light, mini-ape 1 inch handlebars, drag specialties speedometer, rectangular mirrors, horn, battery box, brake and clutch rods, transmission top plate and dip stick, shift lever, seat bracket), cat eye tail light, mustang style 3.3 gal gas tank with embossed sides, chrome valve covers with polished aluminum intake manifold, billet chain adjusters, 53 tooth rear wheel sprocket with 25 tooth transmission sprocket, $300 leather seat.  Deuce style windshield not shown.  Corvette yellow single stage 2K urethane auto paint, fork shroud with logo (not CM logo).  Scooter titled, registered and  located in Las Cruces, NM.  $8400.  Call Jim Harris, phone 575-642-3109, email jeharris.nm@hotmail.com.

Ruidoso, NM July 2016

Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas Cushman members invaded Ruidoso this last weekend. We rode to Cloudcroft, Ski Apache, and Carrizozo. The White Sands ride was cancelled due to the heat.

My count was 36 Texas Cushman Members and at least 15 from theater states. This was a very well attended ride. Thanks to all for coming!

What a great time we all had.

Host hotel in Ruidoso, NM

Flying J Ranch meal and entertainment


Heading to Cloudcroft on Thursday. 27 Scooters

Texas guys and 1 NM waiting for the next ride

Ruidoso Ride July 13-16, 2016

Remember the next scheduled event will be in Ruidoso, NM.

The plans for Ruidoso ride are:

July 13, 2016.  Arrive and get settled.

Wednesday night suggestion: Flying J Ranch. This is a meal and a country music show. The doors open at 5:30. Make your own reservations.  

Cost: ADULTS : $27.00

CHILDREN AGES 3– 12: $15.00


Prices include tax and gratuity

Ticket includes the delicious chuck wagon supper, the Flying J Wranglers Western Music Show and admission to the Flying J Ranch attractions & entertainment.

Complete information at: 

Flying J Ranch

1028 Hwy 48 North

Alto, NM 88312



July 14 – Thursday: Cloudcroft to browse and lunch at Rebecca’s. 

July 15 – Friday ride to White Sands with lunch in Alamogordo

July 16 – Saturday ride to Ski Area with picnic lunch at the rest area on the way back. 

One night have dinner at Casino where the buffet is usually very good. 

Thanks, Don Henry

James Harris – For sell

PRICE REDUCED: $7400. OBO  (8-22-2016)

For Sale – 1963 Cushman Super Silver Eagle with new 23 hp Briggs and Stratton twin cylinder 20 amp Vanguard engine. Built by a true craftsman who has built numerous Cushman’s for Dennis Carpenter and two CCOA national 1st place winners. Steve Lorenz of Arcadia Cushman, who builds beautiful scooters himself, commented on how well this Cushman was done. It was built retaining the oil filter and oil cooler so the engine operates with all components for which it was designed. All parts are new except the frame, 2 speed transmission, and clutch. The frame was blasted down to bare metal, the transmission has all new bearings, seals, and gaskets, and clutch has new bearings and lining. The clutch has 2 pulley/belt system to prevent slippage and save wear and tear on the transmission from over tightening the belts. Clutch cover has been modified to accommodate the 2 pulleys/belts. The rear fender box is designed to come apart in pieces for ease of maintenance such as changing the transmission sprocket and servicing the chain. It has dual exhausts, Mikuni carb, $300 leather seat, and deuce style windshield. The frame and custom tail panel are painted single stage automotive black, while the rest of the sheet metal is painted with flat black epoxy primer so the new owner can paint their choice of color. It has 12 inch spun aluminum wheels, Michelin radial tires, aluminum front and rear hubs. Titled and licensed in Las Cruces, NM 88011. Call or text Jim Harris 575-642-3109, or email jeharris.nm@hotmail.com. $7900.