Seattle, WA (April 30, 2007) - BBR Motorsports, Inc. announced a settlement has been reached with Workz Industries of Sweden relating to an infringement on BBR's Perimeter Frame Patents. According to BBR's intellectual property attorneys at Seed IP Law Group in Seattle, the settlement has resulted in an international agreement which allows Workz to continue to manufacture and sell complete motorcycles which incorporate certain aspects of BBR's Patented Perimeter Frame and Swingarm Designs.

We are happy to have this issue settled with Workz Industries. Workz responded to our concerns in a reasonable and ethical manner. As BBR continues to pursue resolution to intellectual property issues, it is nice to see that Workz Industries is committed to dealing with us in an appropriate way. It says a lot about the integrity of their company". - Brent Brown, General Manager, BBR Motorsports.

BBR is not involved in any way with the manufacturing, operations or sales of any Workz motorcycles, frames or other products, and further states that it will not lend any rights to its BBR brand, expertise or technology in any capacity. BBR is committed to protecting its Trademarks and Patents, and continues to produce authentic hand-crafted BBR products at its factory headquarters near Seattle, Washington.