We are Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Military Wives, Guardsmen, young, old, still serving, retired. We all share a love of country and a profound sense of duty and commitment to our fellow Veterans.
The CVMA® is an international organization, with a presence in every state, Korea and Germany. Although our members may wear a leather vest with a big patch on the back, we are NOT a motorcycle club. Initiation consists of a handshake and a hug. Our members have paid their “dues” on the battlefields of the Pacific, Korea, Vietnam, Kuwait, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan – wherever our nation has sent us to be in harm’s way.
We have all written checks to America for everything we have.
We all carry the scars of our service – some visible, some not.
We are American Veterans and we ride motorcycles.
Please join us on 2 October when two Women Veterans receive their bikes!
and we draw the winner of the 1990 Harley-Davidson FXRS 50th Anniversary Sturgis Edition
10:00-2:00, Saturday 2 October
Blue Ox Tavern, 5825 W Sahara, Las Vegas
In the Burlington Coat Factory lot
(Updated 16 September )
Do you need a Color Guard for your event?
We can provide a team!
Email or call 702.907.4110 for information.
The Internal Revenue Service has recognized the
Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association,® Chapter 41-1
as a Tax-Exempt, Veteran-Focused, Non-Profit organization under
Section 501(c)(3) of the Code.
Donations to our Association are tax deductible.
We are registered with GuideStar® and Benevity®.
Please see our Donations page for more information. Thank you!
All photos and content are property of CVMA® Chapter 41-1 unless otherwise noted.
Please give credit as appropriate if you use our stuff. Thanks!.
Here is another organization worthy of your consideration for support. Motorcycle Relief Project (MRP) is a 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization that provides relief to veterans with PTSD and other injuries by taking them on multi-day motorcycle adventure tours. Their mission is to honor and encourage veterans while providing them with opportunities to decompress, get unstuck, and connect with other veterans.