All Arms Veterans Motorcycle Club
Welcome to the All Arms Veterans Motorcycle Club
The AAVMCC was formed in 2002 by 3 ex-servicemen from Her Majesty’s Armed Forces and created as a bike club for veteran and serving members of our military forces who enjoy the social scene of riding bikes, and a brother and sisterhood built on the life-forming experiences of a military career.
We are an independent national MCC, who after 20 years on the road are known for riding and socialising in equal measures. We attend rallies around the country and on the continent and hold our own “Not Forgotten Rally” in July each year for the wider biking community to party with us.
We are not affiliated to any specific charities, but we do raise money each year and nominate a military focussed charity to donate our funds to, and over the years have contributed thousands to good causes.
To know more about getting involved with the AAVMCC please direct your enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org who will arrange contact from our nearest Area Rep. The process to joining our club is lengthy, but ultimately rewarding and ensures that both the Club and the person joining are a good fit for each other. Pre-requisites for joining are as follows:
- You must be able to prove you are a serving member of the UK Armed Forces/were a member and have left the military in good standing.
- You ride a motorcycle (minimum 500cc)
- You are not affiliated to any other MC or MCC clubs
- You are not in any way connected to law enforcement/prison services/Customs & Excise or any other law related authority.
- You are a keen motorcycle rider with a passion for riding, going the distance, and have the ambition to become a member of a great MCC.
If all this sounds like something you are looking for, we would welcome your enquiry.
Our Logo and Moto
The wheel epitomises our love for motorcycles
Red represents our fallen comrades who lost their lives fighting for what they believe in: their Country, Brothers and Sisters
The lightening bolt signifies the military association
The Yellow represents a yellow ribbon and symbolises our support for our Armed Forces
Our motto, Pro Patria, means For Country for which we have all served proudly.