The company specializes in the production of pit bikes, a variety of mini-motorcycles.
Apollo Motors began its existence in 2005 and has continued to improve its models since then.
All pit bikes are developed by a team of experienced designers, mechanics and professional athletes and do not go on sale without being tested in real racing conditions.
Over the years, the company has attracted professional racers for the design and design.
So, in 2009, Cyril Porte took part in the development, in 2011 - Fred Bolley, two-time world motocross champion, and in 2012 - Alexandre Barbosa and Theo Bollez Bazerque.
In 2014, a new model Apollo RFZ was launched into mass production, in 2016 - a new line of pit bikes of the START series.
At the time of 2017, the Apollo RXF Freeride 19/16 model received the title of the largest pit bike on the planet.
The company's policy allows customers to save money: in the production of models of different series, the same frame is used, and pit bikes differ in engine size and attachments.
That is, having acquired a basic model, over time you can turn it into a professional pit bike by replacing the necessary components.
Apollo models have excellent ergonomics and are usually painted in the corporate red color.
In addition to pit bikes for adults, the manufacturer produces models for teenagers and children. Electric balance bikes and electric ATVs are also available for young riders.