Who is Apollo Motorcycle Club?
The Apollo Motorcycle Club is a group of amateur off-road motorcycle riders, racers, and enthusiasts based in the Cocoa/Titusville area in Florida. Apollo M/C was formed in 1968, making it one of the first off-road clubs organized in the southeast US.
We promote three major off-road events each year, the Pumpkin Run, the Wild Bear Adventure Ride and Apollo Days. The Pumpkin Run, in regards to the number or entries, qualifies as one of the largest single off-road motorcycle/ATV events in the world, and has been held each year since 1971. We typically also sponsor an annual motorcycle swap meet typically held at our clubhouse.
A portion of our proceeds from these events is spent on local and national charities and scholarships. Our club also sponsors a high-performing team of local Hare Scrambles and Enduro riders for the FTR series.
President – Jeff Louwers
Vice President – Willie Simon
Sergeant at Arms – Duncan Mackenzie
Treasurer – Paul Malloy
Secretary – Buck
Apollo M/C Member Meetings
Weekly meetings are held at our clubhouse in Cocoa, FL. Typically, we discuss upcoming Apollo M/C sponsored events, race reports, ride reports, and members only events.
Events don’t happen without many hours of input from our members. An event doesn’t just need riders, we have volunteers who cut new and maintain existing trails, sweep riders, parking attendants, registration assistants, and food and beverage.
Apollo M/C Enduro Racers consistently place as top finishers in the FTR, and SE&TRA Enduro Series.