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New Suzuki Products for 2008 Expected to Create a 'Second Selling Season' Can You Say Hayabusa?

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SALEM, OH - Aug. 2, 2007: Giant Motorsports, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: GMOS) (the 'Company') based in the Midwestern United States is one of the largest Suzuki dealerships in America. Giant is looking forward to the fall season because Suzuki is going to provide North American Dealerships with more new and exciting products that are expected to boost sales during a traditionally slower period.

'We've been lucky so far this year, in that we've managed to keep sales a little closer to flat than the rest of the industry, which was down about 9% overall for its first quarter sales this year", said Giant COO Greg Haehn, "with the upcoming release of 14 new and updated Suzuki products, we anticipate stronger than normal 3rd and 4th quarters. Hayabusas are hot; it's the fastest mass-produced bike in the world and people have been anxiously awaiting its release. So we're excited."

Led by its flagship sport bike, the Hayabusa, Suzuki is looking to increase its already large following with the new models. The redesign of the Hayabusa comes after years of dominance in its class. Suzuki introduced 2 brand new models as well; the much-anticipated B-King muscle bike, and the entry level GSF650X. The ever popular GSX600R and GSX750R are being updated as well.

Giant Motorsports, Inc. is a retailer of new and used motorcycles, all- terrain vehicles (ATVs), scooters, parts and accessories, extended service contracts, and aftermarket motorcycle products. The Company's two superstores, which are located in Chicago, Illinois and Salem, Ohio, also include service departments and arrange financing for customers. The "Big Box" locations draw customers from neighboring cities and states. It's long- term plan is to consolidate the fragmented power sports industry through acquisitions.

The Chicago store operates under the name 'Chicago Cycle' and the Salem store operates under the name 'Andrews Cycles'.