Moto Cycle Corporation is Pleased to Announce First Five Schools with University License Program

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Moto Cycle Corporation has signed license contracts to market moped and motorcycle helmets with five Division I Universities.

As of April 30, 2008, Moto Cycle Corporation has signed license contracts to market moped and motorcycle helmets with five Division I Universities: Appalachian State University, Arizona State University, Seton Hall University, Texas A&M University, and Wake Forest University.

"I look forward to working directly with each university, their students, and alumni. Moto has such a unique product that can give students and alumni a very visible means of showing their school pride while promoting motorcycle riding safety by providing a quality helmet at a price that both students and alumni can afford," said Steve Pedersen, Vice President of Moto Cycle.

With extensive athletic departments running the full range of intercollegiate sports from baseball to cross country, these universities have another unique way of expressing school spirit. Moto will produce helmets, and soon, mopeds, and motorcycle accessories that vibrantly display the logos of these five Division I Universities.

President of Moto Cycle, Edward Ducoin said, "We are proud to represent these five universities and anticipate having additional universities specifically in the southeast and southwest United States by the end of 2008. Soon, Moto will also offer a line of 49cc mopeds, riding apparel with color and emblem representing each school."

About Moto Cycle Corporation:

Moto Cycle Corporation specializes in marketing, merchandising, and distribution of licensed products within the motorcycle industry. Moto Cycle Corporation, licensed with top selling NASCAR drivers, Fraternities, and Colleges, currently holds the exclusive right to brand and distribute motorcycle products within its Signature Series.

To learn more about Moto Cycle Corporation visit http://www.motocyclecorp.com
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