No new 6oo according to Kevin Ash in his 'industry mole' column in this weeks MCN.
He goes on to say the replacement F4 has been designed and now needs time and money to build, and it won't be called the F5.
Yes,shame.And after all the hype and speculation about new models leading up to the Milan show as well.Still, something to look forward to and will not stop anyone enjoying whatever model they've currently got. It'll give me more time to save up.
If a new model is two years off, I have no issue with that at all. The F4 is a still a highly capable and beautiful bike. The only complaint that people have is that it's old. Well, it's not old in performance terms when compared to the competition. I'm not going to aching for the replacement anytime soon.