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Bad Toys Holdings Acquires Control of Gambler Motorcycle Company, Inc.

KINGSPORT, Tenn.--Jan. 5, 2005--Bad Toys Holdings, Inc., (OTCBB:BTYH), a Nevada corporation engaged in the business of manufacturing and selling custom V-Twin motorcycles, custom street rods and providing brokerage service to custom, classic cars and motorcycle owners, announced today it has acquired control of Gambler Motorcycle Company, Inc. ("Gambler").

Larry Lunan, the Company's President and Chief Executive Officer stated, "This acquisition is essential to the Company's ability to effectively compete in the custom V-Twin motorcycle market. Gambler's expertise is being used in finalizing 2005 models for American Eagle and in January Gambler will be producing key components for assembly in Carlsbad, California. Gambler's products include "one-of-a-kind customs, motorcycle components, and specialty auto racing parts. The Company is in the final process of completing an integrated website that offers Bad Toys, American Eagle, and Gambler parts and components."


Gambler Motorcycle Company, Inc. specializes in custom motorcycles and component parts. Gambler frames are manufactured from 4130-chromolly tubing and certified aircraft aluminum billet pieces. The individual pieces are designed on a cad-cam system and manufactured on the latest CNC equipment to insure quality and fit. Each custom-made Gambler Motorcycle will not only provide comfort, performance and safety, it also will reflect the individual personality of the rider. Gambler Motorcycle Company promises a "one-of-a-kind" custom motorcycle for each of its owners, and with Gambler's background in the motor sports industry, it's more than a promise--it's a guarantee.

Gambler Motorcycle is known worldwide in the high speed racing industry as the innovative builder of the most successful, dependable, and widely used sprint cars available. Gambler Competition Sprint Cars won the 1997 World of Outlaw Championship, 1997 World of Outlaw Rookie of the Year and was voted 1997 World of Outlaw Manufacturer of the Year. Gambler's more than 20 years of expertise in the design and manufacturing of frames and custom specialty racing parts can be found in NHRA, Nascar, Busch Grand National and several Winston Cup Racing Teams. For more information please visit Gambler's web site at

For further information, contact Bad Toys Holdings, Inc., Larry N. Lunan, President and Chief Executive Officer, (423) 247-9560 or Al Kau, Investor Relations in California at (888) 795-3166. Further information about the Company may be obtained on its website at