SOURCE: M.B.A. Holdings, Inc.

December 09, 2005 09:00 ET

Blue Sky Opens in Arizona Boss Hoss Dealership

SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 9, 2005 -- MBA Holdings, Inc. (OTC BB: MBAH) and its subsidiary powersport rental company, Blue Sky Motorcycle Rentals, Inc. announces a new exotic rental Licensee in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Boss Hoss of Scottsdale, Arizona and Blue Sky Motorcycle Rentals have executed a definitive agreement introducing the first automotive powered V-8 Boss Hoss motorcycle into rental service in the world. Terms of the agreement negotiated by Blue Sky Founder Wayne (Lumpy) Ordakowski were not disclosed. Ordakowski commented, "Blue Sky was the first to rent custom choppers over 3 years ago and now we take another bold step introducing these unique Boss Hoss bikes and trikes to the rental populace. I always wanted to ride one, but there was really no outlet for the attempt. Now there is. We're expecting many dealers to follow our lead."

CEO-Gaylen Brotherson stated, "This is truly exciting... another first for Blue Sky and not the last, look for more from the team in the near future."

About Boss Hoss: Boss Hoss Cycles, Inc. was established in 1990 when Monte Warne, the Founder and President of Boss Hoss Cycles, Inc., created his first Chevy V-8 powered motorcycle in his 5000 square foot shop in Dyersburg, TN. Monte, a commercial aircraft pilot and degreed aviation airframe and power plant technician, was the first to design a V-8 powered motorcycle that has a traditional cruiser motorcycle style, look and feel. This was accomplished by his unique approach to the motorcycles single speed (one gear) transmission design. The right angle drive transmission allows the length of the bike to be kept to a minimum and the engine-mounting inline with the frame made for a well-balanced design that is unequaled by any other V-8 powered motorcycles.

Over the past fifteen years Boss Hoss Cycles, Inc. has grown from its humble beginnings in Monte's shop to a 22,000 square foot manufacturing facility. The product line has also grown from the conventional two-wheeled motorcycle to include three-wheeled vehicles commonly referred to as trikes.

The product has seen significant improvements over the years through the R&D efforts of Boss Hoss Cycles' in house engineering personnel and specialty contractors. Features like a 2-speed transmission with reverse, inverted front suspension, vacuum formed body panels, investment cast structural frame components, and many other specially designed components have helped improve the rigidity and ride of the Boss Hoss motorcycles.

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