Q: Is the U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club an outlaw (aka 1% ) motorcycle club?

A: We are an independent, neutral and non-territorial club.  By definition, an "outlaw" motorcycle club is a Club that is NOT chartered by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA). While some of  our members may belong to and support the AMA, the USMVMC is NOT chartered by the AMA. We respect all clubs that follow the traditional  M/C protocols.

Q: Is the U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club, a territorial Motorcycle Club?

A: We do not claim territory, however we do place a State cube on the back of our vests to identify to our Brothers and Sisters which State the member's Chapter is located.

Q: How long does it take to become a member

A: If you are asking that question, then we are not for you!

Q: How many members do you have?

A: We are a family of brothers and are more than one, less than the nation !

Q:Do I have to ride a cruiser or Harley-Davidson to be a member of your Club??

A: Membership requires a 750cc or larger motorcycle. Sportbikes, cruisers, tourers, trikes, sidecars, are all considered acceptable  provided they are 750cc or larger. Motorscooters are not eligible.