The Countrymen VMC is not exclusive to military veterans. It is also not for everybody. If you’ve never served but bleed red, white and blue, or you are a military veteran looking for camaraderie akin to your time in service, this may be the club for you.
Being called “brother” means something special in a motorcycle club. We’re not a riding group, or casual acquaintances, we’re family. As such, becoming a member is not an overnight process. Nothing worth having comes easy. Everything is earned in the Countrymen. Nothing is given or bought.
The membership process:
- Come hang out, ride and develop friendships at our events; get a feel if this is a mutually good fit.
- With member approval, you’ll become a Candidate during which time you’ll learn more about and become more involved in the CVMC.
- Upon meeting the requirements of our Bylaws, and with member approval, you will have earned your membership in the Countrymen Veteran Motorcycle Club as our newest brother.
All Countrymen Candidates and Members are expected to live the Countrymen Creed and uphold the Countrymen Code of Conduct. Read our FAQ page for info and answers to some common questions. If earning a patch, and earning a place in a brotherhood of mutual respect and trust interests you, take the next step: come out and ride with us.
Already a hang-around?
Click here to complete an online application to be considered for Candidacy.