The Moo Cow Bikers


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Today’s episode is another special Roadcast edition of the podcast, or as Laura would like to call it … a Moo Cast!  Laura and Phil had the privilege of riding in the Chick-fil-A / Victory Junction Charity Ride from Newnan Georgia to The Rock Ranch, in Rock Georgia, sponsored by the Moo Cow Bikers.

On the Moo Cast we are joined by John McGinn, Vice-Cow of the Moo Cow Bikers and Gary Eller the head of charity ride coordination.

For a little background on the Moo Cow Bikers, John details how Dan Cathy, the Head Cow and son of Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy, gathered together a group of motorcycle enthusiasts back in the year 2000.  The group hadn’t yet formalized when they attended the group’s first event in New Smyrna Beach Florida for Biketoberfest.  On the ride home they determined to maintain the “cow” theme and the name Moo Cow Bikers stuck.

Today’s ride is a spinoff from Kyle Petty’s Charity Ride in which Dan Cathy became involved about four or five years ago, all of which benefit Kyle’s charitable organization the Victory Junction Gang Camp.

On Saturday, the Moo Cow RIders all ended up at The Rock Ranch in Rock Georgia.  This weekend at TheRock Ranch was the hot air balloon rally and a lucky raffle winner got to ride in the Harley Davidson hot air balloon. The rest of the afternoon was filled with fun for the entire family partaking in the pony and hay rides, riding the cow train .. and waiting to see the lighting of the balloons!

If you are interested in finding out more about the Moo Cow Bikers you can check their web site at …. or you can attend a monthly meeting on the second Monday of every month at the Dwarf House in Fayetteville at 6:00 pm.

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    I am trying to locate moo cow riders website and keep getting routed back to your website. I would like to invite moo cow riders to join a bike ride on November 13th to aid a local man, Mike Bassett, a Morrow High School football player and 1972 graduate who has been diagnosed with a rare liver disease. Mike is having to travel to Mexico for treatment since we have no treatment for this disease in the US. Please contact Connie Wiggins at: or call me at 770-634-6189 for details! Thank You for your help!

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