Blue Max C.C. invites you to attend for run and contest information go to www.bluemaxcc.org.
Blue Max Cycle Club is a levi-leather club in St. Louis, Missouri. The club was founded in 1975 by a group led by Jerry Wickham and later reorganized by Bob Garrett. The original home bar was the Red Bull in East St. Louis, Illinois. In 1978 the home bar was the Mine Shaft (downstairs at Faces) followed by Clementines in 1980 and the Outpost (later the upstairs bar was called the St. Louis Eagle) in 1993 (The Outpost/Eagle closed in December 1999 but reopened six months later under new management as the Eagle in Exile.) JJs Clubhouse has been our home bar since 2000.
In the early years, Blue Max joined other clubs in holding joint runs. Those clubs included Gateway M.C., Spirits of St. Louis, and Bacchus. Gateway is the only other surviving leather club in St. Louis. In mid-1982, each club began holding individual runs. In 1992, Blue Max became the first St. Louis leather club to admit women.
Blue Max has always been committed to charitable causes. The club holds a school supply drive in August and a toy drive at Christmas for children of families affected by AIDS, as well as other fund drives throughout the year.
Frequent club nights and other events are sponsored by Blue Max and additional events are sponsored cooperatively with Gateway MC and the Show Me Bears.
The men of Blue Max C.C. looks forward to entertaining your for the weekend.
Blue Max C.C.