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Old 01-21-2016, 08:40 AM   #1
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Rendering of the next Honda Fireblade

If it looks like this well be happy

Rendering of the next Honda Fireblade

THIS is a rendering of what an updated Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade might look like.

The image appears on the front cover of the latest issue of the sometimes-accurate Japanese magazine Young Machine, accompanied with the translation 'Evolution of conjecture!'

As you can see, it’s got gas forks, Brembo brakes and a new exhaust design that exists in same place as the exhaust on the current ‘Blade. The front end shares similarities with the CBR250RR but the tail unit is completely different, with a stubby, curving design.

Rumours say there will be a new Fireblade in 2017. If true, we’re a little way off from seeing anything less speculative for a while, but with Yamaha's new R1, the just-launched ZX-10R and a new GSXR-1000 on the cards, Honda is the only Japanese factory not to have a new-generation litre bike in its range, so hopefully it's busy behind closed doors.
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