History of National CVMA
In 1999, the Combat Vets Motorcycle Club was introduced to the internet. Until early 2001 members believed it was a true organization helping Veterans, however learned that the group existed to scam money from Veterans. Shortly after learning this information members began alerting one another and taking steps to ensure this would not happen again.
On or about May 1, 2001 a group of about 45 Combat Veterans began a nonprofit organization whose mission was to help Veterans. The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association (CVMA) was born. Joining together because of the love of motorcycle riding and personally serving in Combat zones or theaters.
The emblem of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association is in the shape of a skull encompassed by the following colors: Red, representing the blood that has been shed on the battlefield. The Military Gold, representing all branches of the military service of the United States. Black, representing the heavy hearts possessed for those who gave their lives and for those that are considered missing in action or prisoners of war. The Skull and ace of spade represents the death that war leaves in its wake.
The emblem / logo used by the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association are the sole property of CVMA. The CVMA patch and logo cannot be reproduced without license from the Board of Directors (BOD).