SCHEDULE 14A

                Proxy Statement Pursuant to Section 14(a) of the
                         Securities Exchange Act of 1934

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                          QUIKBYTE SOFTWARE, INC.
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                (Name of Registrant as Specified In Its Charter)

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                             QUIKBYTE SOFTWARE, INC.
                               7609 Ralston Road,
                                Arvada, CO 80002
                                  303 422-8127

                    NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS
                                 ________________, 2007


Dear Shareholder:

     We  cordially  invite  you to attend the  Quikbyte  Software,  Inc.  Annual
Meeting of  Shareholders  on  __________,  2007 @ 1:30 PM, at the law offices of
Michael A. Littman, 7609 Ralston Road, Arvada, Colorado, at 1:30 P.M. local time
at which meeting you may be present.  If you choose not to attend,  you may send
your ballot appointing Reed Clayson,  President, to vote as your ballot directs.
The Notice of Meeting and the  accompanying  Proxy  describe the business of the
Annual Meeting of Shareholders.

     The enclosed Proxy  statement is being  furnished to shareholders of record
as of ____________, 2007 of Quikbyte Software, Inc., a Colorado corporation, in
connection with the following proposals.

       YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO SEND US A PROXY BUT YOUR PROXY IS REQUESTED

     The holders of a majority of the issued and outstanding  shares entitled to
vote have indicated that they intend to vote in favor of these proposals.

     1.   To elect two directors to hold office until the next annual meeting of
          shareholders and qualification of their respective successors.

     2.   To  ratify  the  appointment  of  Jaspers  + Hall,  PC as  Independent
          Accountants for the annual period ending December 31, 2006.

     3.   To change the  Company's  name to a name to be determined by the Board
          of Directors. (Amendment to Articles of Incorporation)

     4.   To authorize a reverse split of the Company's  common stock on a basis
          of up to two hundred for one. Fractional shares will be rounded up to
          the next whole share.  (Amendment to Articles of Incorporation)

     5.   To authorize a reduction of the authorized share capital to 250 
          million shares of Common Stock and 2 million shares of Preferred
          Stock the Rights and Privileges of which shall be determined by the 
          Board.

     The Board of Directors  has fixed the closing of business on _____________,
2007,  as the record  date for the  determination  of  shareholders  entitled to
notice of and to vote at this  meeting  or any  adjournment  thereof.  The stock
transfer books will not be closed.

     The Company's Annual Report to Stockholders for the year ended December 31,
2005, as amended, accompanies this Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement.

     All  stockholders,  whether  or not they  expect to attend  the  Meeting in
person,  are requested  either to complete,  date, sign, and return the enclosed
form of proxy in the  accompanying  envelope  or to record  their proxy by other
authorized  means. The proxy may be revoked by the person executing the proxy by
filing with the  Secretary of the Company an  instrument  of  revocation or duly
executed  proxy  bearing a later  date,  or by electing to vote in person at the
meeting.

                                           Sincerely,

                                           /s/Reed Clayson
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                                           Reed Clayson, President


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     WE ARE ASKING YOU FOR A PROXY AND YOU ARE REQUESTED TO SEND US A PROXY.

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                                  UNITED STATES
                       SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

                    PROXY STATEMENT PURSUANT TO SECTION 14(a)
                     OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934
                        AND RULE 14A PROMULGATED THERETO

                          QUIKBYTE SOFTWARE, INC.

                         ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS
                                 ___________, 2007

     This  Proxy  Statement  is being  furnished  to  Shareholders  of  Quikbyte
Software, Inc. in connection with the Annual Meeting of Shareholders
(the  "Meeting") to be held on ________,_ 2007 and at any  adjournments  thereof
(the  "Meeting").  The  Meeting  will be held at the law  offices  of Michael A.
Littman, 7609 Ralston Road, Arvada, Colorado, at 1:30 P.M. local time.

     This Proxy  Statement is first being mailed or given to  Shareholders on or
about ______________, 2007.

     We are a Colorado  corporation.  We are a full-reporting  1934 Act company.
Information  about us can be found in our  December 31, 2005 Annual  Report,  as
amended,  filed on Form 10-KSB.  Additional information about us can be found in
our public  filings  that can be accessed  electronically  by means of the SEC's
home page on the Internet at http://www.sec.gov, or at other Internet sites such
as http://www.freeedgar.com,  as well as by such other means from the offices of
the SEC.

                          WE ARE ASKING YOU FOR A PROXY
                      YOU ARE REQUESTED TO SEND US A PROXY

     We are  soliciting  proxies. You may mark and  send the  proxy  attached
hereto to record your vote.

                            COSTS OF PROXY STATEMENT

     We will pay the cost of preparing and sending out this proxy statement.  It
will be sent to most  shareholders  via regular  mail.  A few will receive it by
personal delivery or facsimile.


                                     VOTING

SHAREHOLDERS  ENTITLED  TO  VOTE

     Holders of record of common stock,  at the close of business on the date of
mailing this proxy statement will be entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting.  As
of this date, __________, 2007, _____________ shares of common stock were issued
and  outstanding.  Each  shareholder  is  entitled to one vote for each share of
common stock held by such  shareholder.  We have only the single class of stock,
namely our common stock.  Each share of Common Stock is entitled to one (1) vote
for as many  separate  nominees as there are  directors to be elected and for or
against  all other  matters  presented.  For  action  to be taken at the  Annual
Meeting,  a majority of the shares  entitled to vote must be  represented at the
Annual  Meeting  in  person  or by  proxy.  Shares  of  stock  may not be  voted
cumulatively.  Abstentions  and  broker  non-votes  each  will  be  included  in
determining  the number of shares  present  and  voting at the  Annual  Meeting.
Abstentions  will be counted  in  tabulations  of the votes  cast on  proposals,
whereas broker non-votes will not be counted for purposes of determining whether
a proposal has been approved.

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QUORUM  AND  VOTE  NECESSARY  FOR  APPROVALS.

     A majority  of the shares of common  stock  outstanding  at the record date
must be  represented  at the Annual Meeting in person or by proxy in order for a
quorum to be present  and in order to take  action  upon all matters to be voted
upon,  but if a quorum  should not be  present,  the  meeting  may be  adjourned
without  further  notice  to  shareholders,  until a quorum is  assembled.  Each
shareholder  will be  entitled  to cast one vote at the Annual  Meeting for each
share of common stock registered in such shareholder's name at the record date.

     Abstentions  and broker  non-votes are counted for purposes of  determining
the presence or absence of a quorum for the transaction of business.  Each share
of Common Stock  entitles the holder  thereof to one vote on all matters to come
before the Annual Meeting. Holders of shares of Common Stock are not entitled to
cumulative voting rights.

     The  favorable  vote of a  plurality  of the votes of the  shares of Common
Stock  present  in person  or  represented  by proxy at the  Annual  Meeting  is
necessary  to elect the nominees  for  directors of the Company,  and ratify the
Auditors.  To take the other  actions at the  meeting a  majority  of the shares
outstanding must vote in favor of the proposals present in person or by Proxy.

     A majority of shares  issued and  outstanding  is sufficient to approve the
proposal for a reverse  split,  reduction in share capital  authorized  and name
change to be incorporated in Amendments to the Articles of Incorporation.

                                     PROXIES

     In voting their Common Stock,  stockholders may vote in favor of or against
the proposal to approve the  proposals on the agenda or may abstain from voting.
Stockholders  should  specify their choice on the  accompanying  proxy card. All
properly  executed proxy cards delivered  pursuant to this  solicitation and not
revoked will be voted at the Meeting in accordance with the directions given. If
no  specific  instruction  are given with regard to the matter to be voted upon,
then the  shares  represented  by a signed  proxy  card will be voted  "FOR" the
approval of the  Proposals  and in the  discretion  of such proxies to any other
procedural   matters   which  may  properly  come  before  the  Meeting  or  any
adjournments  thereof.  All proxies delivered  pursuant to this solicitation are
revocable  at any time  before  they  are  voted at the  option  of the  persons
executing  them by (i) giving  written  notice to the  Secretary of the Company,
(ii) by delivering a later dated proxy card, or (iii) by voting in person at the
Meeting. All written notices of revocation and other communications with respect
to revocations  of proxies should be addressed to Reed Clayson,  President,
7609 Ralston Road, Arvada, CO 80002.

     IF THEY WISH TO VOTE,  HOLDERS OF COMMON  STOCK ARE  REQUIRED TO  COMPLETE,
DATE, AND SIGN THE ACCOMPANYING PROXY CARD AND RETURN IT PROMPTLY TO THE COMPANY
IN THE ACCOMPANYING ENVELOPE.

     The person named as proxy is Reed Clayson, President of the Company.

     In addition to the  solicitation  of proxies by mail, the Company,  through
its directors,  officers,  and employees,  may solicit proxies from stockholders
personally or by telephone or other forms of communication. The Company will not
reimburse  anyone  for   out-of-pocket   costs  and  expenses  incurred  in  the
solicitation  of  proxies.  The  Company  also will  request  brokerage  houses,
nominees,  fiduciaries,  and other custodians to forward soliciting materials to
beneficial  owners,  and the  Company  will  reimburse  such  persons  for their
reasonable  expenses  incurred in doing so. All expenses  incurred in connection
with the solicitation of proxies will be borne by the Company.


                INTEREST OF PERSONS IN MATTERS TO BE ACTED UPON

     No officer or  director  or  principal  shareholder  has a  substantial  or
material interest in the favorable action on these proposals.

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                                   PROPOSAL #1

                      NOMINATION AND ELECTION OF DIRECTORS

     The Company's Bylaws  currently  provide for the number of directors of the
Company to be  established  by  resolution  of the Board of  Directors  and that
number is established  at two. The Board has nominated two (2) persons.  At this
Annual  Meeting,  a Board of two (2)  directors  will be elected.  Except as set
forth  below,  unless  otherwise  instructed,  the proxy  holders  will vote the
proxies received by them for Management's nominees named below.

     All the nominees are presently  directors of the Company. In the event that
any  Management  nominee  shall  become  available,  or  if  other  persons  are
nominated,  the proxy  holders  will vote in their  discretion  for a substitute
nominee.  It is not expected that any nominee will be  unavailable.  The term of
office of each person  elected as a director will continue until the next Annual
Meeting of Stockholders or until a successor has been elected and qualified.

     The  proxies  solicited  hereby  cannot be voted  for a number  of  persons
greater  than  the  number  of  nominees   named  below.   The   Certificate  of
Incorporation of the Company does not permit  cumulative  voting. A plurality of
the votes of the holders of the outstanding  shares of Common Stock  represented
at a meeting at which a quorum is presented may elect directors.


THE DIRECTORS CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY MANAGEMENT ARE:

Reed Clayson and Redgie Green

     The above  individuals  are nominees for election as directors for the next
fiscal year. Their biographical information is as follows:

REED  CLAYSON:  President & Director  since  2003,  has  Undergraduate  Degrees,
physics and  journalism,  Utah State  University  1953 and 1963.  He is a former
Ph.D. candidate (physics) at UCLA in parallel with full-time employment.  He has
also done graduate work in English and physics at USU.

He has completed  successful  proposals/grant  applications,  often  followed by
project  direction  or support,  for U.S Dept.  of  Interior,  National  Science
Foundation,  DOE INEEL  Laboratory,  DOD, U.S. Vet. Admin.,  US EPA, US Dept. of
Justice, state, and local agencies, and some major commercial firms.

He has been an officer and director in  Evergreen  Associates,  Inc.  2000-2004,
Resource Science, Inc. 2003-2006, Quikbyte Software, Inc. 2003-2006 and Synfuels
Engineering Development, Inc. 1981-Present.

     REDGIE GREEN, age 53, Secretary,  Treasurer, and Director Nominee, has been
Secretary and Director of Dynadapt  System,  Inc. since 1998. Mr. Green has been
co-owner and operator of Green's B&R Enterprises,  a wholesale donut baker since
1983. He has been an active  investor in small capital and high-tech  adventures
since 1987. Mr. Green was a director of Colorado Gold & Silver, Inc. in 2000. He
was a director for Houston  Operating  Company in late 2004 until December 2004.
He recently served as a director for Mountains West Exploration, Inc in 2005. He
is a Director of Cavion  Technologies,  Inc. (2006) and Aspeon, Inc. (2006), and
Captech  Financial  Group,  Inc.  (2006).  He served as a  director  of  Baymark
Technologies, Inc. 2005-2006.

     Management will devote part time to the operations of the Company,  and any
time spent will be  devoted  to  screening  and  assessing  and,  if  warranted,
negotiating to acquire business opportunities.

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS RECOMMENDS A VOTE "FOR" MANAGEMENT'S NOMINEES.

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                                   PROPOSAL #2

                         INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

     Jaspers + Hall, PC, Independent  Public  Accountants,  of Denver,  Colorado
have been appointed as the Certifying  accountants for the period through fiscal
year 2006 and shareholders are asked to ratify such appointment. Ratification of
the  appointment  of Jaspers + Hall,  PC, as the  Company's  independent  public
accountants  for the fiscal  year  ending  December  31,  2006 will  require the
affirmative  vote of a majority  of the shares of Common  Stock  represented  in
person or by proxy and entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting.  In the event the
stockholders  do not  ratify  the  appointment  of  Jaspers  + Hall,  PC for the
forthcoming  fiscal year,  such  appointment  will be reconsidered by the Board.
Representatives  of Jaspers + Hall,  PC are expected to be present at the Annual
Meeting to make  statements  if they desires to do so, and such  representatives
are expected to be available to respond to appropriate questions.

     Unless  marked  to the  contrary,  proxies  received  will be  voted  "FOR"
ratification of the appointment of Jaspers + Hall, PC as independent accountants
for the Company's year ending December 31, 2006.

       THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS RECOMMENDS A VOTE "FOR" RATIFICATION OF THE
                       COMPANY'S INDEPENDENT ACCOUNTANTS.

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                                   Proposal #3

              PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION

                                   NAME CHANGE

     We are  asking  shareholders  to  authorize  a  change  in the name of this
corporation  to a new  name to be  chosen  in the  discretion  of the  Board  of
Directors. This requires an amendment to our Articles of Incorporation.

     We believe that the name change in our Articles of Incorporation are in the
best interest of our  corporation,  to create a name which is not related to the
former business attempt, in which the Company may never again engage.

        THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS RECOMMENDS A VOTE "FOR" THE NAME CHANGE.

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                                   Proposal #4

          PROPOSED REVERSE SPLIT OF COMMON STOCK ISSUED AND OUTSTANDING

     We are  asking  shareholders  to approve a  pro-rata  reverse  split of our
common  stock,  by which up to each two hundred  shares  would become one share.
Fractional shares will be rounded up to the next whole share. We anticipate that
the effective  date of the reverse split will be thirty days  following the date
of the meeting. This is not a "going private"  transaction,  and no shareholders
will be reduced to less than one share.  This action will not have the effect of
reducing our  shareholders  to less than 300.  This requires an Amendment to the
Articles of Incorporation to accomplish the reverse split.

     We  believe  the  recent  per  share  price of the  common  stock has had a
negative  effect on the  marketability  of the existing  shares,  the amount and
percentage of transaction costs paid by individual stockholders, and impairs the
potential  ability of the Company to raise  capital by issuing new shares due to
the low price.

     We  believe  that  reverse  split  will  be  advantageous  to us and to all
shareholders,  because it may provide the  opportunity  for higher  share prices
based upon fewer shares.  It is also a factor that most brokerage  houses do not
permit  or  favor  lower-priced  stocks  to be used  as  collateral  for  margin
accounts.  Certain polices and practices of the securities  industry may tend to
discourage  individual  brokers within those firms from dealing in  lower-priced
stocks.  Some of those polices and practices involve  time-consuming  procedures
that make the handling of lower priced  stocks  economically  unattractive.  The
brokerage  commissions  on the purchase or sale of lower priced  stocks may also
represent a higher  percentage  of the price than the  brokerage  commission  on
higher priced stocks.

     Shareholders  should note that,  after the reverse split, the number of our
authorized  shares  will  remain  unchanged,  (except as modified by Proposal #5
heinafter) while the number of issued and outstanding shares of our Company will
be reduced by the factor of the reverse,  i.e. up to one for two hundred shares.
It is  important to realize  that the  issuance of  additional  shares is in the
discretion of the Board of Directors,  in their best business judgment,  and our
shareholders  will have no right to vote on future issuances of shares except in
the event of a merger under  Colorado  law.  This means that,  effectively,  our
shareholders  will have no  ability  or  capacity  to  prevent  dilution  by the
issuance of  substantial  amounts of additional  shares for  consideration  that
could be considerably  less than what our existing  shareholders  paid for their
shares.  In many events,  control of our Company could effectively be changed by
issuances of shares without shareholder approval.

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                                  Proposal #5


                    PROPOSED REDUCTION IN AUTHORIZED CAPITAL

We are asking shareholders to approve a reduction in our authorized shares
capital as follows:

        1.  To reduce our authorized common shares from five hundred million to
two hundred fifty million.

        2.  To reduce our authorized Preferred shares from ten million to tow
million.  

     Management  believes that the  reduction in  authorized  share capital will
encourage  responsible  share  issuances and reduces the  potential  dilution to
common  shareholders by 50% (without  further  shareholder  votes),  and reduces
dilution in the cases of Preferred  shares by 80%. There are currently  ________
common  shares issued and  outstanding  (subject to the reduction by the reverse
split  hereinabove  submitted  to  shareholders)  and no  Preferred  shares  are
outstanding.

     This reduction in authorized share capital:

        a) will not change any of the currently issued and outstanding shares

        b) will not, in managements view, have any negative effect upon common
shareholders.

        The change will require an Amendment to the Articles of Incorporation,
and will have no effect on current common shareholders rights.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDS A VOTE IN FAVOR OF THE PROPOSAL TO REDUCE THE AUTHORIZED
SHARE CAPITAL OF THE COMPANY.

        
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     As  a  general  rule,   potential   investors  who  might  consider  making
investments  in our  Company  will  refuse to do so when the Company has a large
number of shares  issued and  outstanding  with no equity.  In other words,  the
"dilution"   which  new  investors  would  suffer  would  discourage  them  from
investing,  as general rule of experience.  A reduction in the total outstanding
shares may,  without  any  assurance,  make our  capitalization  structure  more
attractive.

     While our  acceptability  for ultimate listing on one of the NASDAQ markets
or an exchange is presently  remote,  we believe that it is in the  interests of
our Company to adjust our capital  structure in the direction of conformity with
the NASDAQ structural requirements.  At the current date, even with the proposed
changes  we  would  not  meet  NASDAQ  criteria.   NASDAQ   requirements  change
constantly.  There is no assurance  that the  proposed  changes with meet NASDAQ
requirements  or any other exchange  when,  and if, we are otherwise  qualified.
There is no assurance that we will qualify for NASDAQ.

     Once the  reverse  split  has  occurred,  the  Company  may then be  better
structured to seek equity  financing,  because  investors shy away from the very
high  dilution  which  would  occur if an  investment  were made in the  current
structure.  There is no  assurance  that the  Company  will have any  success in
seeking equity financing.

Future Dilutive Transactions

     It is emphasized  that  management  of the Company may effect  transactions
having a potentially adverse impact upon the Company's  stockholders pursuant to
the authority  and  discretion  of the  Company's  management to complete  share
issuances  without  submitting  any  proposal  to  the  stockholders  for  their
consideration.  Holders of the Company's  securities  should not anticipate that
the  Company  necessarily  will  furnish  such  holders  with any  documentation
concerning   the  proposed   issuance   prior  to  any  share   issuances.   All
determinations  (except  involving a merger where the number of shares of common
stock  of the  Company  issued  will  equal  more  than  20% of the  issued  and
outstanding  shares of common  stock of the  Company  prior to the  transaction)
involving  share  issuances are in the discretion  and business  judgment of the
Board of Directors in their exercise of fiduciary responsibility,  but require a
determination  by the  Board  that the  shares  are  being  issued  for fair and
adequate consideration.

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     The issuance of additional  shares in future  transactions  will allow, the
following  types of actions or events to occur without the current  stockholders
being able to effectively prevent such actions or events:

          1.   Dilution may occur due to the issuance of additional  shares. The
               percentage ownership of the Company by the existing  shareholders
               may be diluted  from 100% after the  reverse  split,  now,  to as
               little, as 3%.

          2.   Control  of the  Company  by  stockholders  may change due to new
               issuances.

          3.   The election of the Board of  Directors  will be dominated by new
               large  stockholders,  effectively  blocking current  stockholders
               from electing directors.

          4.   Business plans and operations may change.

          5.   Mergers,  acquisitions,  or  divestitures  may  occur  which  are
               approved by the holders of the newly issued shares.

     In the future  event that the Board  continues to issue shares for capital,
services,  or  acquisitions,  the present  management  and  stockholders  of the
Company most likely will not have control of a majority of the voting  shares of
the Company.

     It is  likely  that the  Company  may  acquire  other  compatible  business
opportunities through the issuance of common stock of the Company.  Although the
terms  of any such  transaction  cannot  be  predicted,  this  could  result  in
substantial  additional dilution in the equity of those who were stockholders of
the  Company  prior to such  issuance.  There is no  assurance  that any  future
issuance of shares will be approved at a price or value equal to or greater than
the price which a prior  stockholder  has paid,  or at a price  greater than the
then current  market price.  Typically,  unregistered  shares are issued at less
than market price due to their illiquidity and restricted nature as a result of,
among other things, the extended holding period and sales limitations which such
shares are subject to.

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           TABLE SHOWING EFFECT OF REVERSE SPLIT SEVENTY-FIVE FOR ONE

Shares Pre-Reverse                                      Post-Reverse shares
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75                                                      1
150                                                     1
200                                                     1
300                                                     2
400                                                     2
500                                                     3
1000                                                    5
2000                                                    10
3000                                                    15
4000                                                    20
5000                                                    25
10,000                                                  50
20,000                                                  100
50,000                                                  250
100,000                                                 500

     There is no  assurance  that any  effect  of the  price of our  stock  will
result,  or that the market price for our common stock,  immediately  or shortly
after the proposed changes,  if approved,  will rise, or that any rise which may
occur will be sustained.  Market  conditions  obey their own changes in investor
attitudes and external  conditions.  We are proposing the steps we deem the best
calculation  to meet the  market  attractively, however  we cannot  control  the
markets reaction.

     Dissenting  shareholders  have no appraisal  rights  under  Colorado law or
pursuant to our constituent  documents of incorporation or bylaws, in connection
with the proposed reverse split.

     Fractional  Shares.  Fractional shares will be rounded up to the next whole
share.

     The reverse  stock split may leave  certain  stockholders  with one or more
"odd lots" of new common stock,  i.e., stock in amounts of less than 100 shares.
These odd lots may be more difficult to sell or require greater transaction cost
per share to sell than shares in even  multiples  of 100.  There are  frequently
situations where  transaction  costs for odd lots in penny stocks exceed the net
proceeds realized from a sale of the odd lot, effectively  rendering the odd lot
valueless to the holder.

        THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS RECOMMENDS A VOTE "FOR" THE REVERSE SPLIT

     In the event  that the  ballot is left  blank  for a  proposal,  it will be
deemed a "Yes" vote.

ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS

     At the date of this proxy  statement,  no other matter will  presented  for
action at the Annual meeting.  Only those matters  proposed as discussed will be
voted on at the  meeting.  Shareholders  may propose  matters to be presented at
shareholder  meetings and also nominate  directors.  Shareholder  proposals must
conform to the standards set out by the Securities  Exchange Commission and must
be received at our principal  offices on or before,  February, 2007, in order to
be included in future  proxy  materials,  if any,  or  presentation  at our next
annual meeting of shareholders, anticipated in summer 2007.

VOTING SECURITIES AND BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP

     As of the call date of the meeting, ____________, 2007 the total number of
common shares outstanding and entitled to vote was _______________.

     The  holders of such  shares are  entitled to one vote for each share being
held on the  record  date.  There is no  cumulative  voting on any matter on the
agenda of this meeting.  No additional  shares will be issued subsequent to call
date and prior to meeting.

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REPORT AVAILABLE

     A copy of our most  current  Annual  Report on form 10KSB,  as amended,  is
attached hereto and later filings may be obtained without charge,  by writing us
c/o Reed Clayson, 7609 Ralston Road, Arvada, CO 80002.


                         BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS

     The persons  listed  below are  currently  Officers  and the members of the
Board of Directors.  Reed Clayson and Redgie Green are nominees for Director for
the following term.

                        DIRECTORS AND EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

     The directors  and executive  officers of the Company as of January 9, 2007
are as follows:

        Reed Clayson, President and Director
        
     The  directors of the Company hold office until the next annual  meeting of
the  shareholders  and  until  their  successors  have  been  duly  elected  and
qualified.  The officers of the Company are elected at the annual meeting of the
Board of  Directors  and hold  office  until  their  successors  are  chosen and
qualified or until their death,  resignation,  or removal. The Company presently
has no executive committee.

     The principal  occupations of each current director and officer and nominee
for director of the Company for at least the past five years are as follows:

     REED CLAYSON: President & Director since 2003, has Undergraduate Degrees,
physics and  journalism,  Utah State  University  1953 and 1963.  He is a former
Ph.D. candidate (physics) at UCLA in parallel with full-time employment.  He has
also done graduate work in English and physics at USU.

He has completed  successful  proposals/grant  applications,  often  followed by
project  direction  or support,  for U.S Dept.  of  Interior,  National  Science
Foundation,  DOE INEEL  Laboratory,  DOD, U.S. Vet. Admin.,  US EPA, US Dept. of
Justice, state, and local agencies, and some major commercial firms.

He has been an officer and director in  Evergreen  Associates,  Inc.  2000-2004,
Resource Science, Inc. 2003-2006, Quikbyte Software, Inc. 2003-2006 and Synfuels
Engineering Development, Inc. 1981-Present.

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    NAME            AGE       POSITION WITH THE COMPANY              TERM
    ----            ---       -------------------------              ----

Reed Clayson   76         President and Director                Annual


Executive Compensation
----------------------
Remuneration
------------

     The  following  information  is set forth with respect to all  remuneration
paid by the Company  during the year ended  December  31, 2005 to the  Company's
five most highly paid executive  officers or directors whose total  remuneration
exceeded $60,000, and to all directors and officers as a group:

<TABLE>
<CAPTION>

              SUMMARY COMPENSATION TABLE OF EXECUTIVES & DIRECTORS

                                            Annual Compensation                                      Awards
      Name and Principal   Year    Salary ($)     Bonus ($)      Other Annual             Restricted Stock   Securities
      Position                                                   Compensation ($)         Award(s)           Underlying
                                                                                          ($)                Options/
                                                                                                             SARs (#)
<S>                        <C>     <C>            <C>            <C>                      <C>                <C>
      Reed Clayson         2005    0              0              0                        0                  0

      
</TABLE>


                             ----------------------

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<PAGE>
    Option/SAR Grants Table (None)

    Aggregated Option/SAR Exercises in Last Fiscal Year an FY-End Option/SAR
value (None)

    Long Term Incentive Plans - Awards in Last Fiscal Year (None)

     See "Certain  Relationships and Related  Transactions."  The Company has no
stock option, retirement, pension, or profit-sharing programs for the benefit of
directors, officers or other employees, but the Board of Directors may recommend
adoption of one or more such programs in the future.

     (1) None of the current  directors  of the Company  will devote  their full
time to the management of the Company.


Stock Purchase Plans; Profit Sharing and Thrift Plans
-----------------------------------------------------

     Presently  the  Company has no stock  purchase  plans,  profit-sharing   or
thrift plans.

Options, Warrants or Rights
----------------------------

            Summary of Outstanding Options as of January 9, 2007

               Award
Issued To      Date     Amount/Price    Term   Effective Date        Comments
---------      ----     ------------    ----   --------------        --------
None

     TOTAL      None

Compensation Committee Interlocks
---------------------------------

     The  Securities  and  Exchange  Commission  requires  disclosure  where  an
executive  officer  of a  Company  served  or  serves  as a  director  or on the
compensation  committee  of an entity  other than the Company  and an  executive
officer  of  such  other  entity  served  or  serves  as a  director  or on  the
compensation  committee  of the  Company.  The  Company  does  not have any such
interlocks.  Decisions as to executive compensation are made by the Compensation
Committee.

Audit Committee
--------------

     No audit committee exists other than the members of the Board of Directors.

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Code of Ethics
--------------

     The Company has not adopted a Code of Ethics for the Board and the salaried
employees.

 Committees and Procedures

     (1)  The registrant  has no standing  audit,  nominating  and  compensation
          committees of the Board of Directors, or committees performing similar
          functions.  The Board  acts  itself in lieu of  committees  due to its
          small size.

     (2)  The view of the board of directors is that it is  appropriate  for the
          registrant  not  to  have  such  a  committee  because  all  directors
          participate in the consideration of director nominees and the board is
          so small.

     (3)  Each of the members of the Board which acts as nominating committee is
          not  independent,  pursuant to the  definition  of  independence  of a
          national  securities  exchange  registered pursuant to section 6(a) of
          the Act (15 U.S.C. 78f(a).

     (4)  The   nominating   committee   has  no  policy   with  regard  to  the
          consideration  of any  director  candidates  recommended  by  security
          holders,   but  the  committee  will  consider   director   candidates
          recommended by security holders.

     (5)  The  basis  for  the  view  of  the  board  of  directors  that  it is
          appropriate  for the  registrant  not to have  such a  policy  is that
          there is no need to adopt a policy for a small company.

     (6)  The  nominating  committee  will consider  candidates  recommended  by
          security   holders,   and  by  security  holders  in  submitting  such
          recommendations; should provide a completed Directors Questionnaire to
          the Company.

     (7)  There are no  specific,  minimum  qualifications  that the  nominating
          committee  believes must be met by a nominee  recommended  by security
          holders except to find anyone willing to serve with clean  background.
          There  are no  differences  in the  manner  in  which  the  nominating
          committee evaluates nominees for director based on whether the nominee
          is recommended by a security holder, or found by the board.

     (8)  The  nominating  committee's  process for  identifying  and evaluation
          nominees for  director,  including  nominees  recommended  by security
          holders,  is to find  anyone  willing to serve with clean  background.
          There  are no  differences  in the  manner  in  which  the  nominating
          committee evaluates nominees for director based on whether the nominee
          is recommended by a security holder, or found by the board.

     (9)  With regard to each nominee  approved by the nominating  committee for
          inclusion on the registrant's  proxy card (other than nominees who are
          executive  officers or who are  directors  standing for  re-election),
          state  which one or more of the  following  categories  of  persons or
          entities recommended that nominee: Legal Counsel to Company.

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<PAGE>

PRINCIPAL HOLDERS OF VOTING SECURITIES

     a) The following table lists any person (including any "group" as that term
is used in Section  13(d)(3) of the Exchange  Act) who, to the  knowledge of the
Company,  was the beneficial  owner as of January 9, 2007, of more than 5% of
the outstanding voting shares of the Company.  Unless otherwise noted, the owner
has sole voting and dispositive power with respect to the securities.


<TABLE>
<CAPTION>


                                                               NUMBER OF SHARES          OWNERSHIP
SHAREHOLDERS/BENEFICIAL OWNERS                                                           PERCENTAGE
- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<S>                                                            <C>                       <C>
Reed Clayson                                                   0                         0
11158 W. 68th Way
Arvada, CO 80004

Vanden Capital Group, Inc.                                     10,000,000                7%
1400 Glenarm Pl. Suite 300
Denver CO 

Mark R. Nixon                                                  21,500,000                15%
2506 Topanga Akyline Dr.
Topanga, CA 90290

Bruno Koch                                                      8,000,000                 5.6%
23820 Hawthorne Blvd.
Suite 101
Torrance, CA 90503

J.B. Heidebrecht                                               23,000,000                16%
3621 Garnet St., #1
Torrance, CA 90503

Tri Denver Corp                                                 8,500,000                 5.9%
110 16th St.
Denver, CO 80202 

All directors and executive                                                                                
officers as a group (1 person)                                    0                          0
</TABLE>

        
Each principal  shareholder has sole investment power and sole voting power over
the shares.                                                                  

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<PAGE>

Notes to the table:

     Unless otherwise indicated, the persons named in the table have sole voting
and  investment  power  with  respect  to all  shares of common  stock  shown as
beneficially owned by them.

COMPLIANCE  WITH  SECTION  16  OF  THE  SECURITIES  EXCHANGE  ACT

     Under  Section  16 of the  Securities  Exchange  Act  1934,  the  Company's
directors and executive officers and persons holding more than 10% of its common
stock are  required  to  report  their  initial  ownership  of common  stock and
subsequent  changes to that ownership to the Securities and Exchange  Commission
by  specified  due  dates.  To  the  Company's  knowledge  all of  these  filing
requirements were satisfied.

     The Company's  Annual Report on Form 10-KB, as amended,  for the year ended
December  31,  2005  (the  "Form  10-KSB")  is  being  furnished  simultaneously
herewith. The Form 10-KSB is not considered a part of this Proxy Statement.

Principal Accountant Fees and Services
--------------------------------------

     General.  Jaspers + Hall, PC's ("JH") is the Company's  principal  auditing
accountant  firm. The Company's  Board of Directors has  considered  whether the
provisions of audit services is compatible with maintaining  JH's  independence.
Jaspers + Hall, PC purchased the accounting  practice of Michael  Johnson & Co.,
the company's prior auditor in 2005.

     Audit Fees. In 2006 Jaspers + Hall P.C.  charged the Company  $1,750 for
the following professional services: audit of the annual financial statements of
the Company  for the fiscal  years ended  December  31,  2005 and review of the
interim financial  statements  included in quarterly reports for Form 10-QSB for
the periods from December 31, 2005 to June 30, 2006.  Michael Johnson & Company
charged $1,750 for the audit for the period ended December 31, 2004 and reviews
for 3 quarters in 2005.

     There were no audit related fees in 2004 or 2005. There were no tax fees or
other fees in 2004 to 2005 paid to Auditors or Auditors affiliates.

     The Company's  Board acts as the audit  committee and had no  "pre-approval
policies and  procedures"  in effect for the auditors'  engagement for the audit
years 2001 and thereafter.

     All audit work was performed by the auditors' full time employees.



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<PAGE>

OTHER  AND  GENERAL  INFORMATION.

     Our Annual Report on Form 10-KSB,  as amended,  for the year ended December
31, 2005,  including audited financial  statements as of that date, is available
from us on  request.  Further  information  is  available  by  request or can be
accessed on the Internet.  We are subject to the  informational  requirements of
the  Securities  Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Exchange  Act"),  and in
accordance  therewith files annual and quarterly  reports,  proxy statements and
other information with the Securities Exchange Commission (the "SEC").  Reports,
proxy statements and other information filed by Quikbyte  Software,  Inc. can be
accessed  electronically  by means of the  SEC's  home page on the  Internet  at
http://www.sec.gov  or at other Internet sites such as  http://www.freeedgar.com
or http://www.pinksheets.com.

     You can read and copy any materials  that we file with the SEC at the SEC'S
Public Reference Room at 450 Fifth Street, N.W., Washington,  D.C. 20549. A copy
of any public filing is also available, at no charge, from the Company.


                          QUIKBYTE SOFTWARE, INC.

                            Dated: _______________, 2007

                     By the order of the Board of Directors

                             /s/Reed Clayson
                             -----------------------
                    Reed Clayson, President and Director



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<PAGE>
                                     BALLOT

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                            QUIKBYTE SOFTWARAE, INC.
                       7609 Ralston Road, Arvada, CO 80002
                                  303 422-8127


                          PROXY FOR ANNUAL MEETING OF
                          STOCKHOLDERS, _________________, 2007

     The undersigned hereby appoints Reed Clayson proxy, with full power of
substitution,  for and in the  name or  names  of the  undersigned,  to vote all
shares of Common Stock of Quikbyte Software,  Inc. held of record by the
undersigned at the Annual Meeting of Stockholders to be held on ________, 2007
at 1:30 p.m.,  at the law  offices of Michael A.  Littman,  7609  Ralston  Road,
Arvada,  Colorado, and at any adjournment thereof, upon the matters described in
the accompanying Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement,  receipt of which
is hereby  acknowledged,  and upon any other  business  that may  properly  come
before,  and matters  incident to the conduct of, the meeting or any adjournment
thereof.  Said person is directed to vote on the matters described in the Notice
of Annual  Meeting  and Proxy  Statement  as  follows,  and  otherwise  in their
discretion  upon such other  business as may properly  come before,  and matters
incident to the conduct of, the meeting and any adjournment thereof.

1.   To elect a Board of two (2)  directors to hold office until the next annual
     meeting of  stockholders  or until their  respective  successors  have been
     elected and qualified:

          Nominees: Reed Clayson and Redgie Green

               [_]  FOR: nominees listed above (except as marked to the contrary
                    below).

               [_]  WITHHOLD authority to vote for nominee(s) specified below.

INSTRUCTIONS: To withhold authority to vote for any individual nominee(s), write
the applicable name(s) in the space provided below.

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2.   To ratify the appointment of Jaspers + Hall, PC as independent  accountants
     for the period ending December 31, 2006:

         [_] FOR           [_] AGAINST               [_] ABSTAIN


3.   To change the name of the  corporation  to a name to be  determined  by the
     Board of Directors.  (Amendment to Articles of Incorporation)

         [_] FOR           [_] AGAINST               [_] ABSTAIN

4.   To authorize a reverse split of the common stock up to a  seventy-five  for
     one  basis,  by which  each  two hundred  shares  shall  become one share.
     Fractional   shares  will  not  be  issued.   (Amendment   to  Articles  of
     Incorporation)

         [_] FOR           [_] AGAINST               [_] ABSTAIN

5.  To authorize a reduction of the Authorized Capital from 500 million common
shares to 250 million common shares and from 10 million Preferred shares to 2
million Preferred shares.

         [_] FOR           [_] AGAINST               [_] ABSTAIN



<PAGE>

     YOU ARE CORDIALLY  INVITED TO ATTEND THE MEETING IN PERSON.  WHETHER OR NOT
YOU PLAN TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL  MEETING,  YOU MAY SIGN AND RETURN THIS PROXY CARD
IN THE ENCLOSED ENVELOPE.

     THIS PROXY WILL BE VOTED AS DIRECTED OR, IF NO DIRECTION IS INDICATED, WILL
BE VOTED "FOR" THE STATED PROPOSALS.

Number of shares owned ________________and voted hereby.

Name & Address of Shareholder

_____________________________

_____________________________

_____________________________

_____________________________
(VOID WITHOUT INFO)



                                        ----------------------------------------
                                              Signature of Stockholder



                                        ----------------------------------------
                                              Signature if held jointly

                                        Dated: __________________________, 2007

IMPORTANT:  If shares are jointly owned,  both owners should sign. If signing as
attorney, executor, administrator,  trustee, guardian or other person signing in
a  representative  capacity,   please  give  your  full  title  as  such.  If  a
corporation, please sign in full corporate name by President or other authorized
officer. If a partnership, please sign in partnership name by authorized person.