Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association
Our mission is supporting veterans organizations and charities through fund-raising events, education, and awareness. The CVMA is a motorcycle association, not a club. We enjoy riding together and participating in our events and supporting motorcycle and veteran related events in our communities. Details of membership in the CVMA can be found on the CVMA national web site. Click here to be directed to the national home page.
Chopper (Darren Hunt)
Hooker (Kevin Crandall)
FallIn (Joel Kimery)
Ebay (Myron Grant)
SGT AT ARMS
5'18 (Shawn Ross)
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
SuzieQ (Patricia Terry)
Oscar (Bill Blecher)
STATE SGT AT ARMS
Slick (John Scanlon)
If you have submitted an application for membership, please make sure to contact one of the officers to let them know. Please stay in contact with that officer until the application process has been completed.
(This is from the National CVMA site)
We are an Association of Combat Veterans from all branches of the United States Armed Forces who ride motorcycles as a hobby. Our mission now is to support and defend those who have defended our country and our freedoms. Our focus is to help veteran care facilities provide a warm meal, clothing, shelter, and guidance, or simply to say "Thank You" and "Welcome Home"
Our membership is comprised of Full Members (those with verified combat service) and Supporter Members (those who have non-combat military service, and have a sincere dedication to helping veterans). We have members from nearly all 50 states and living abroad. Many members continue to serve in our Armed Forces, with several serving in combat areas now.
We sponsor and/or participate in many motorcycle-related charity events each year, and as a non-profit organization, donate to various veteran care facilities and veteran charities.
Please click here to read the bylaws for additional information
Here are a couple of things to keep in mind when riding together:
Ride in a staggered formation
Use proper hand signals ( click here for a link to a guide by the MSF )
Be Respectful of other riders and groups
If you are uncomfortable riding in a group, please ride at the back of the group
Good rule of thumb, if you can see the face of the rider to your left in their mirror, you are at a good distance
If you have any questions, please see one of the Road Captains before the ride starts
Please take a moment and click here to read the CVMA National Protocol