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The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association (CVMA) began as an idea in early 2001.  45 Veterans who shared combat experience and enjoyed riding motorcycles decided to form an organization devoted to helping veterans.  The CVMA® first appeared officially as a non-profit organization around 1 May 2001.  We continue to focus on our primary mission of Helping Veterans while we continue to source membership from combat veterans who ride motorcycles.


Arizona’s first CVMA Chapter took root in 2006 with a few veterans residing in the Phoenix area.  Jeff Moore was elected as the first Arizona State Representative for CVMA and Arizona became the 32nd state recognized to stand up a chapter by the National CVMA Board.


  • CVMA Chapter 32-1 was established on 26 March 2008.  Chapter 32-1  encompasses members in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area.


  • CVMA Chapter 32-2 was established on 24 July 2011.  Chapter 32-2 encompasses members in Tucson and Marana areas.


  • CVMA Chapter 32-3 was established on 21 February 2012.  Chapter 32-3 encompasses members from Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Flagstaff, north of Black Canyon City, and all of Northern AZ. 


  • CVMA Chapter 32-4 was established on 9 September 2012.  Chapter 32-4 encompasses members from Sierra Vista, Tombstone, Bisbee, and Willcox areas.

  • CVMA Chapter 32-5 was established on 23 May 2016. Chapter 32-5 encompasses members from the Buckeye area.

  • CVMA Chapter 32-6 was established on 3 May 2017.  Chapter 32-6 encompasses members from the Casa Grande area.

  • CVMA  Chapter 32-7 was established on 11 July 2017.  Chapter 32-7 encompasses members from Bullhead City and Kingman, AZ.

  • CVMA Chapter 32-8 was established on 7 August 2017.  Chapter 32-8 encompasses members in the Apache Junction area.

  • CVMA Chapter 32-9 was established on 7 July 2019.  Chapter 32-9 encompasses members in the Yuma area.

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