A couple of new images of upcoming bikes have appeared overnight – and one of them has really got out juices flowing. The quality is a bit low at the moment, but we couldn’t wait to tell you about these bikes – we’ll get better images over as soon as we can for both of these.

First up is this, below, the GSX-S250F. It’s coming as part of the 2017 range from the Japanese factory to sit alongside the sporty GSX-R250. Based around current engine fitted into the firm’s Inazuma 250F roadster, the new quarter-litre package is styled to ape it’s bigger 1000cc sibling that has proved something of a sales success in 2016, it’s debut year.

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But check THIS out for something sexy and exciting. This is what our mates in Japan are calling the Vision GSX-R 0 we’ve seen this before, butting around as concept drawings but from the sounds of it this could well be seeing the actual light of day soon.

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There’s no news yet about whether this is going to be an actual model in the relatively near future (that you’ll be able to buy for next year, for example) but the Vision GSX-R is a super-retro 1980s-inspired, dressed superbike built around the same chassis and running gear as the updated Hayabusa that WILL be part of the 2017 range.

Without the high-speed touches, making a bike like the Vision available to the masses makes sense. You get road riders of a certain vintage (us, basically) who want the looks of the original GSX-R but with useable, big power and modern electronics. We’ll bring you more on this as we get it from the land of the rising sun. Looks mega though! We really, really want this bike to happen.

Tony Carter

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