Cycle Country Reports from Annual Shareholder Meeting

All Bank Debt has Been Retired as of June 29th

Millford, Iowa, UNITED STATES

LAKE OKOBOJI, Iowa, July 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Cycle Country Accessories Corp. (AMEX:ATC) was pleased to report to all shareholders attending the annual shareholder meeting on June 29th that Cycle Country has retired all outstanding bank debt. "Our Board of Directors is proud of our recent accomplishments. We have repaid all the loans incurred in our recent expansion as well as eliminating all bank debt," said Ron Hickman, President and CEO of Cycle Country. "Going forward, the increased cash flow from eliminating our debts should allow us to fund our growth internally and through strategic acquisitions."

Mr. Hickman also spoke about being on pace for a record setting year, driven by strong performance across all divisions. Also highlighted was the continued push by management to create shareholder value through driving market share; maintaining the highest quality and service; and the ongoing desire to drive costs down.

About Cycle Country Accessories Corp.

Cycle Country, with over 50% of the worldwide market in several product categories, is the industry leader in the design and manufacturing of custom-fitting accessories for virtually every brand of utility all-terrain vehicles (ATV's).

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