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Giant Motorsports Relocates Chicago Cycles to 95,000 sq. ft. Superstore

SALEM, Ohio, July 6 -- Giant Motorsports, Inc. , implementing a national roll up strategy with a "big box" destination business model in the motorcycle and powersports industry, announced today completion of its 95,000 sq. ft. superstore in Chicago, now located at 3450 Touhy Avenue. "We have completed the move into our new state-of-the-art Chicago location and are now fully operational," said President Greg Haehn. "The unprecedented shopping experience we offer our motorcycle enthusiasts has resulted in overwhelming positive feedback. With over 800 new and used bikes on the floor, our customers now have an inventory selection that rivals a major motorcycle show," said Mr. Haehn.

The company's new location is approximately 1.5 miles from the major north/south interstate I-94, making it accessible to the entire city as well as convenient to customers from surrounding states. "Every customer both local and out of state is in awe of the remarkable showroom. They are impressed by the incredible size and comprehensive selection," said Mr. Haehn.

Giant Motorsports believes that its "big-box" business strategy, now fully implemented in the Chicago Cycle superstore, has made the company one of the nation's leading sellers of powersports products, including motorcycles, scooters and all terrain vehicles.

About Giant Motorsports, Inc.

Giant Motorsports is a destination retailer for motorcycles, all-terrain- vehicles (ATVs) and motor scooters. Through implementation of a business strategy based on a regional "big-box" retailer model, Giant believes it has become a leading multi-brand motorsports retailer in the United States. The Company is attempting to leverage revenue and earnings growth through accretive acquisitions in new regions, through internal growth, and through utilization of rollup and consolidation strategies in the fragmented powersports national dealer environment. The Company has two wholly-owned subsidiaries, W.W. Cycles dba Andrews Cycles and Chicago Cycle, Inc dba Chicago Cycles. More information is located at, or