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Suzuki is set for the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, which takes place from 7-8 March at the Royal Highland Centre in Islington, with its new V-Strom 1050XT taking centre stage.

Fittingly, in a country blessed with destinations for adventure motorcycling, the V-Strom 1050XT will be displayed alongside the V-Strom 1050, the middleweight V-Strom 650XT, and its forefather, the DR Big.

The new Katana, a modern reboot of a legendary 80s’ icon dressed in angular, aggressive bodywork inspired by the original, will stand with Suzuki’s pinnacle of superbike technology, the GSX-R1000R, plus it’s learner-friendly sibling, the GSX-R125.

The firm’s streetbike range will be represented by the GSX-S1000 super-naked, the GSX-S750, and their entry-level GSX-S125 sibling, plus the faired GSX-S1000F and venerable SV650.

The latest Burgman 400 - the original max-scooter - will highlight Suzuki’s scooter offerings.

The MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show takes place 7-8 March at the Royal Highland Centre.

For more details on the Suzuki range, click here.