This is superb photographic quality for someone just posting their photos to a social media account of one of the hottest bikes of 2020, aren't they? Almost like these photos of the 2020 Honda SuperBlade aren't as innocent as they're made out to be...
This is superb photographic quality for someone just posting their photos to a social media account of one of the hottest bikes of 2020, aren’t they? Almost like these photos of the 2020 Honda SuperBlade aren’t as innocent as they’re made out to be…

Here’s some early snaps of the 2020 Honda SuperBlade (not the official name, but you know what – it’s starting to stick) out in private testing at the Suzuka circuit in Japan.

Caught on track

The bike will be launched at EICMA in Milan on November 5, so it’s nice that these images – taken by a punter and put on the net – have emerged a few days before the big show to make sure that everyone is excited for the newest superbike on the block.

You can see how physically small the 2020 Honda SuperBlade is. That’s a tiny motorcycle.

The photos confirm what we told you FIVE weeks ago, which you can see by CLICKING HERE or scrolling down, that the SuperBlade is getting wings and a chunk of tech to help the Japanese factory take the fight to Ducati and Kawasaki in the World and Domestic Superbike championships.

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From the front, the Honda 2020 SuperBlade looks more like a 600cc motorbike than a 1000cc WSB racer.

The bike looks tiny in the photos and much more akin to the purpose-built Ducati V4 R racer-with-lights that Alvaro Bautista contested the 2019 WSB championship on.

The 2020 Honda SuperBlade has a conventional swingarm in this photograph, no single-sided swinger on the bike here for the moment.

Here’s out story from a while back:

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