How to Join

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Membership in CVMA Kansas is granted in accordance with the bylaws of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association. The below information is a general overview of basic requirements for membership. Please review Article 3 of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association bylaws for full information!

Full Members Application ►

  • Any person of good character who is a “Combat” Veteran of a Foreign War, who owns and operates Motorcycle of 750cc or above, and has been approved by the CVMA Board of Directors.
  • Valid motorcycle driver’s license endorsed by their state as well as proof of insurance for their motorcycle.

The ONLY Acceptable proof for membership to the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association is a copy of one’s DD 214 or Official Military Personnel File or officer/enlisted
record brief
which must be surrendered to the NBOD for verification. Dues for CVMA members deployed in a war zone will be waived.

Life Members (Contact KS State Rep)

  • Any Person with 3-years active membership in the CVMA who is in good standing*, and has met the participation requirements.
  • Valid motorcycle driver’s license endorsed by their state as well as proof of insurance for their motorcycle.

Support Members Application ►

  • Support membership is based on sponsorship from a CVMA Full Member and meeting CVMA bylaw criteria requirements. The support member must be of good character, who is a veteran of the United States Armed Forces, and who owns and operates a Motorcycle of 750cc or above.
  • Valid motorcycle driver’s license endorsed by their state as well as proof of insurance for their motorcycle.

Auxiliary Members Application ►

  • Any person of good character who is a spouse, widow or widower of a member who is in good
    standing* with the CVMA, and who must support the efforts of ALL branches of the United States of Americas Armed Forces and the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association.

* The term “Good Standing” as set forth in the CVMA bylaws.

The above information is an overview of general requirements and is not inclusive of all requirements.