Who We Are

The CVMA’s mission is to maintain public awareness of veteran issues and to remember our brothers and sisters who have fallen. We welcome all combat veterans who honorably served in the Armed Forces during Korea, Vietnam, Kosovo, Panama, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq or any other combat theater.

We are Combat Veterans, Supporters, and Auxiliary members who share a love of riding motorcycles.  Our mission is to support, serve, and defend those who have defended our country and our freedoms. Our focus is to serve veterans, or simply to say “Thank You” and “Welcome Home.” We sponsor and/or participate in many motorcycle-related charity events each year, and as a non-profit organization, donate to various veteran facilities, veteran charities, individuals, and families, based on need.

As Combat Veterans we proudly ride in honor and respect of all Prisoners of War, Missing in Action, and those brothers and sisters who have fallen in combat supporting our country, in past, present, and future military actions. We share a fellowship and a common interest in motorcycling. Our mission shall be: To support and serve all Veterans, especially Combat Veterans, to the best of our ability, regardless of race, religion, age, sex, or country of origin. To fit into the areas where we live: As a non-confrontational/non-territorial motorcycle organization, showing respect for all human kind. Combat Veterans Motorcycle Organization is: Open to all verified Combat Veterans that meet specific criteria.

The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association is a group of riders that have two common bonds: We are Combat Veterans, and we ride a motorcycle as a hobby. We are a non-profit organization of “Veterans Helping Veterans” We sponsor and/or participate in local SE MN motorcycle-related, veteran events, benefits, and charities, in order to donate to various veteran organizations, and serve veteran needs.

RED:  Representing the blood that has been shed on the battlefield

Military Gold: Representing all branches of the military service of the United States.

Black: Representing the heavy hearts possessed for those that gave their lives and those that are considered missing in action or prisoners of war.

The Skull and Ace of Spades: Represents the death that war leaves in its wake.