A lot of people still tend to frown on Chinese products without really judging their merits, which is why it’s time that we did these Apollo dirt bike reviews.
Chinese-manufactured and sold for far less than most of their Japanese counterparts, Apollo bikes tend to get a lot of bad press for complaints that actually appear with other countries’ products, too—only they’re somehow magnified when the party at fault is a Chinese manufacturer.
It bears noting that the current response to Chinese goods has a similarity to the former response to Japanese goods in the US. Several decades past, Japanese bikes actually met scathing reviews and widespread skepticism as to quality when they were being brought into the country. Nowadays, of course, they dominate. And few really doubt their quality.China, too, has come a long way, and its manufacturing capabilities have improved a lot. It’s just one of the many reasons Apollo dirt bikes may be worthy of a second look, especially as they start to corner the market for cheaper machines.