The Biker Group You Never Knew Chick-Fil-A's Dan Cathy Joined

If you got your motorcycle club stereotype from movies and TV — everything from 1953's "The Wild One" to this century's FX series "Sons of Anarchy," then you need to set that aside. When you find out that Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy is a member of a biker club, as it says in his bio on the chicken chain's website, we don't want you to get the wrong picture. The fast food boss who's famous for fostering Christian principles in his business (via Baptist Press) by day isn't terrorizing the streets of sleepy California towns from the seat of his motorcycle by night. Cathy is no Hell's Angel. He's a member of Moo Cow Bikers.

As motorcycle organizations go, Moo Cow Bikers keeps a low and well-mannered profile. The club's Facebook page, which is visible to the public, has 206 members. Facebook provides a link to the membership application that happens to be broken, but the Facebook group is active. The most recent post as of this writing is about a charity ride for childhood cancer happening later this month. The group's Facebook page shows Moo Cow members visiting destinations in the southeastern U.S., most especially in Chick-fil-A's home state of Georgia. Moo Cow Bikers have rumbled their way to roadside barbecue joints; the Laurel and Hardy Museum in Harlem, Georgia; and the Walk of Heroes Veterans War Memorial Park near Conyers. The group's name and members' outfits are inspired by Chick-fil-A's "Eat Mor Chikin" ad campaign.

Moo Cow Bikers roll in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Parade in Atlanta

Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy doesn't have a big presence on the Moo Cow Bikers Facebook page, if you can find him there at all. Cathy is, after all, a busy man. He's the kind of CEO who spends little time sitting at a corporate desk. He prefers visiting Chick-fil-A restaurants, according to his bio on the Chick-fil-A website. He also gives lectures to business audiences, flies planes, and teaches Bible study. Maybe he'll have more time to feel the wind in his hair and the bugs in his teeth after he steps down from his CEO position in November (via The Chicken Wire).

Moo Cow Bikers has an almost nonexistent online presence, but photographs on Facebook indicate the club's biggest event is the annual Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Parade in Atlanta. Members favor those wide, comfortable touring bikes — a far cry from the 1952 Harley chopper Peter Fonda rode in "Easy Rider" (via Robb Report). Unlike most of the characters in your typical motorcycle movie, Moo Cow Bikers members aren't trying to inspire fear. The motto of a recent chapter vice president — er, vice cow — was, "Be a blessing to someone today," according to a Facebook post. More than one post on the platform is punctuated with what must be the Moo Cow Bikers' cheer: "Moo-rah!"

The group's small internet presence might be more about humility than mystery or secrecy. After all, if Jesus does return for a second tour, as the Christian Bible predicts, do you really think He'd have a website?