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How To Get Involved

  • Must own and operate a motorcycle of 500cc or greater.

  • Support members must be a veteran of the US Armed Forces.

  • Support members will read and abide by all CVMA by-laws applicable to them. Sections excluded:

  • Section 6, 3 and subsection 2, Elections, Duties of Officers.

  • Required to submit their application with proof of military service through a full member of the CVMA who has held a membership for not less than 1 yr. Support members are required to have either  ridden a minimum of 3,000 miles with their sponsor, attended three CVMA  events or be known by their sponsor for a minimum of 6 months. A full  member submitting an application for a support member should verify they meet the above criteria. Only 1 support member can be vouched on per  year by an individual CVMA member. Support members will be at a 1 to 10  ratio, 1 support member to 10 full members based on state, will have no vote in CVMA business,

  • Can't hold a position on the BOD.

  • $10.00 annual dues will be assessed and a CVMA Support ID will be issued.

  • Who is a Veteran of a Foreign War, "Combat".

  • The ONLY Acceptable proof for membership to the Combat Veterans Motorcycle  Association is a copy of one's DD 214 or ERB which must be surrendered  to the BOD for verification.

  • Annual dues of $20 will be assessed effective March 1, 2018 for all Full Members (Combat Veterans).

  • Dues for CVMA members deployed in a war zone will be waived.

  • Dues for all members must be received by June 30th of each year. Dues for  all new members joining between January 1st and June 30th will be  considered as paid in full for the balance of the current dues year and  the following dues year. Dues for new members joining between July 1st  and December 31st will be for the current dues year only.

  • You must own and operate a Motorcycle of 500cc or above.

  • All Auxiliary members must be a spouse, widow or widower of a full member who is in good standing with the CVMA.

  • Must support the efforts of ALL branches of the United States of Americas  Armed Forces and the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association.

  • Will have no vote in CVMA business.

  • Cannot hold a position on the BOD.

  • $10.00 annual dues will be assessed by the CVMA Auxiliary Unit.