Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association® Chapter 23-7 of Austin, Texas
We are an Association of Combat Veterans from all branches of the United States Armed Forces who ride motorcycles as a hobby. Our mission is to support and defend those who have defended our country and our freedoms. We focus on helping veteran care facilities provide warm meals, clothing, shelter, guidance or a simple “Thank You” and “Welcome Home.”
Our membership is comprised of Full Members ( those with verified combat service ) and Supporter Members ( those who have non-combat military service, and have a sincere dedication to helping veterans ). Our members hail from all 50 states, along with some that live abroad. Many members continue to serve in our Armed Forces, with several currently serving in combat areas.
The Capitol of Texas Chapter (23-7) is dedicated to serving those who have served and continue to serve this great nation of ours. For many of us who have left military service there can be something missing from our lives. While you may not wear the uniform for all to see, we recognize that the love and dedication to our country and our way of life still flows through you. If you are looking for a sense of belonging or something bigger than yourself, then you are home. Please take the step to reach out to us and we promise that we will always be there to grab on to you.
Interested in joining CMVA®?
Thank you for your interest in joining the Chapter 23-7 of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association®. Click the button to the right to learn more about membership requirements.
Combat Veterans in the Community
The Capital of Texas Combat chapter of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association® is formed for the betterment of communication and camaraderie between other Motorcycle Associations, Veterans Organizations and Motorcycle Groups.
Our mission as members include:
To promote interest in various forms of motorcycling activity associated with Veterans.
To create and maintain camaraderie among Combat Veterans from all U.S. branches of the United States Armed Forces and its allies.
To support Veterans Organizations and participate in activities of a patriotic nature.
To raise awareness for the plight of POW’s, MIA’s and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) of veterans returning from combat theaters and the impact on their families, friends and society.
To conduct association functions and activities in a manner befitting the members of the CVMA® 23-7 as well as the associations Auxiliary members.
To encourage a better understanding of motorcycle riders as a constructive sport among members of the public, press and law enforcement agencies.
To assist any / all veterans in any way we are able.