Suzuki will return to the MCN Motorcycle Show at London’s ExCeL arena this February, with a host of new models taking centre-stage, including the GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F.

Headlining the Intermot show in Cologne last year after their unveiling, the two new GSX-S1000 models boast an engine based on the iconic GSX-R1000 K5, but with new internals, as well as an all-new frame, switchable traction control with three modes, and ABS.

Also on display and new for 2015 is the V-Strom 650XT, which comes with DID wire-spoke wheels and styling based on the V-Strom 1000, plus hand guards, engine bars and sump guard as standard. The new V-Strom is available in dealerships now with an RRP of £7,499.

After covering 15,000 miles, the V-Strom 1000 that Bike Magazine rode from Peterborough in the UK back to the factory in Hamamatsu, Japan will be featured on the stand along with the new V-Strom 1000 Sport. The TL1000S that was assembled from brand new genuine parts at Motorcycle Live in November will also be on the stand.

The GSX-R1000 comes with optional ABS in 2015 and is available in the new MotoGP livery. The GSX-R750 and GSX-R600 are also available in the stunning MotoGP blue and will be on display, with all replicas coming with a Yoshimura R11 exhaust, double-bubble race screen, and other Yoshimura performance parts.

Completing the Suzuki range on display at the show will be the GSX1250FA, GSR750, Inazuma 250Z, Hayabusa Z – which comes with Yoshimura Hepta Force titanium silencers with carbon tip – the Intruder M1800RBZ performance cruiser, Burgman 650 Executive luxury scooter, and the award-winning RM-Z450 motocross machine.

As well as the 2015 model range, the latest lines from this year’s merchandise range will be on display, including the latest race team wear and popular heritage lines.

Three-time British Superbike champion John Reynolds will also make an appearance, stopping by the Suzuki stand on Saturday 14 February to meet and greet show-goers and talk about his racing career and development role.

Suzuki GB Marketing Manager, Rob Cooper, said, “We’re looking forward to getting back to the MCN London show this year. It’s an opportunity to see the new GSX-S models up close and in the metal, as well as the other new bikes on our stand. Plus bikes such as the TL1000S that was built from new parts at Motorcycle Live and the V-Strom 1000 Bike Magazine rode back to the factory add plenty of reasons to come and see us at the show.”

Suzuki GB will be supported by popular local dealers Motoden, Laguna Motorcycles, and John’s of Romford for the duration of the show, which runs from Friday 13 – Sunday 15 February, 2015. Suzuki can be found on stand M50, next to the live action zone.

For more information on the MCN Motorcycle show in London, visitwww.mcnmotorcycleshow.com