SOURCE: Viper-Melling Corporation

June 26, 2008 12:00 ET

Viper Motorcycle Company Announces American Iron Magazine Has Selected the Viper Diamondback as Its Cover Bike for the Annual Buyers' Guide

BIG LAKE, MN--(Marketwire - June 26, 2008) - Viper Motorcycle Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Viper Powersports Inc. (OTCBB: VPWS), announced today that American Iron Magazine recently selected Viper's Diamondback Series Model as its bike of choice for its annual BUYERS' GUIDE. The Buyers' Guide was released June 17, 2008.

They carry one of the largest subscription totals of all Harley and Custom magazines published in the USA. American Iron Magazine is also available on local newsstands.

In an earlier article on the bike's road review, Joe Knezevic, Managing Editor of American Iron Magazine, commented: "All I can say is that this engine is impressive, especially since it is a production motor and not a custom built one-off. Simply put, Viper's engineers have done a wonderful job with this proprietary engine, and this is the only production bike I know of that comes with such a big heart."

The Viper Diamondback comes with a proprietary 152 cubic inch engine, along with "on-the-fly" air ride suspension, and numerous proprietary components.

Viper Motorcycle Dealers include:

Majestic Trikes, located in Horicon, WI; Barry Motorsport, located in Tampa, FL; Bikers Dream, located in Atlanta, GA; Bikers Custom, located in El Paso, TX; Victory of Long Island, located in St. James, NY; J and N Motorsports in Cave City, KY, and Las Vegas Trike Center, located in Las Vegas, NV.

About Viper Powersports

Viper Powersports develops, produces and markets a line of premium custom V-Twin cruiser motorcycles, aftermarket engines and other related aftermarket products. Viper cruisers are distributed and sold under the Viper brand name through an independent, nationwide dealer network. The company designs and manufactures custom motorcycles, accessories and motorcycle engine component parts with patented technology using Computer Aided Design (CAD). Many of the motorcycle and motorcycle engine component parts are machined from solid billets of aluminum utilizing Computer-Numerical-Control (CNC) machines. Viper Powersports and Viper Motorcycle Company's websites are and

The foregoing material may contain forward-looking statements. We caution that such statements may be subject to uncertainties and that actual results could differ materially from the foregoing statements. Readers accordingly should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements which do not reflect anticipated or unanticipated events or circumstances occurring after the date of these forward-looking statements.

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