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9/29/2017 2017 Region One Rally MS
9/30/2017 Vets for Vets - Purple Heart Homes NC
10/6/2017 PA 22-3 Meet and Greet Pennsylvania
10/6/2017 25-3 Mountain Mania Georgia
10/7/2017 5th Annual Veterans Benefit Ride Virginia
10/7/2017 OLD MOTORCYCLE GIRO Benefit Ride Va
10/7/2017 CVMA Annual Honor American Warriors Poker Run New Jersey
10/7/2017 Operation Personal Freedom Wisconsin
10/12/2017 CVMA 6-5 ATTENDS CVMA REGION 5 GATHERING Louisiana
10/13/2017 Bike Night AZ
10/14/2017 CVMA 20-3 Horse for Heroes Ride Alabama
10/14/2017 Ghoulfest Halloween Poker Run (Sanctioned Event) CO
10/22/2017 CVMA 38-1 Annual Turkey Shoot New Jersey
10/28/2017 2017 Island Hopping Campaign SC
10/28/2017 CVMA 44-1 Fund Raiser MS 39501
10/28/2017 CVMA 25-5 Biker Mayhem GA
11/3/2017 Fifth Annual Florida State Rally Florida
11/11/2017 NJ 38-2 2nd annual Veterans Day Wreath Laying NJ
5/5/2018 CVMA 6-5 APR 2018 @ Hooks Marina Louisiana
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