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Cycle Country Announces New Products Being Introduced at Major ATV Show

MILFORD, Iowa--Cycle Country Accessories Corp. (AMEX:ATC), the recognized leader in developing and manufacturing a variety of products for the all terrain vehicle (ATV), garden tractors, and golf cars, today announced they are releasing nine new products at the United States largest ATV/Cycle trade show, to be held in Indianapolis, IN, February 17 19, 2007. The combined incremental revenue of these new products is estimated at $7M over the next three years and a cumulative positive impact to EPS of 32 to 34 cents over the same time period.

The new products being released include:

  • Crop Wheel Extenders for the Agriculture and Recreational market
  • Quick Mount Plow System to speed installation of their new and installed base of plows
  • Rough Cut 44 Utility Mower to broaden their line of ATV pull behind mowers
  • Harley Cone Shaped Oil Filter for Harley Davidson motorcycles
  • One-Pass Mow & Spray System to cut in half the time lawn maintenance companies spend maintaining large estates
  • ATV Track System Plow Extender to allow snow plows to easily be attached to the bull-dozer style track systems now being installed on high-end ATVs
  • UTV 360 Bed Mounted Seat System for the hunting, photography markets
  • High Capacity/High Flow Spreader that is tough enough to handle salt and sand
  • Rhino Bling kits to dress up high end UTVs

Cycle Country is also releasing a new Patent Pending plow for the Small Box market that utilizes a new universal mounting system. Current technology requires a custom mounting plate to adapt to each new model of ATV. This new Universal Mounting System will mount to nearly all ATVs, regardless of the manufacturer, for units of 300cc and above.

With the announcement of these new products, Cycle Country is putting into place the focus on growth through new product introductions and staying close to their customers. This strategy was announced in the news conference of 11/14/06 held by their new President and CEO, Randy J. Kempf.