Countrymen MC chapters operate independently and under the direction of its National Board of Directors, and in accordance with published Bylaws and Polices. CMC is currently operating the Texas 85th out of Collin County, TX.
CMC is not a territorial club; counties listed are only a means of establishing geographical division of membership based on home of record.
APPLY TO START A PROBATE CHAPTER
- Get at least four riders together who meet our basic requirements.
- Contact the National Board of Directors (BOD) using the form below, and we will start the conversation. The more background and information you can provide about your founding members, and your group’s history in the MC community (if any) the better.
NOTE: No more than one chapter may exist in a County/Perish. At least one or both of the would-be President or Vice-President officers must be U.S. military veteran. Becoming a chartered chapter will take time and commitment; this is not a fly-by-night process, and will require a face-to-face meet with the mother chapter.