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The All-new Triumph Street Cup

Article By Ministry of Bikes

Posted on 25 Oct 2016

All-new Triumph Street Cup


With a fun, urban sports poise, the all-new Street Cup is a striking new addition to the Street Family and is influenced by the club racing scene, set for release in 2017. The new model is a much more toned down version of the Street Twin with modern features but basic bodywork.



The bike carries a 900 cc high torque engine ( 80Nm at 3,230 rpm) with a five speed gearbox which means the rider is guaranteed powerful performance when escaping on adventure as well as everyday riding. The Street Cup incorporates a sports bikes riding position with the higher but further back seat and lower handlebars, which offer presence and style.



The new Street Cup encompasses a wide-range of features with something to suit everyone, along with over 120 sleek accessories available to customise the bike to your own personal preferences.


Features


Authentic Bullet SeatAlcantara-effect top panel, accented with silver contrast stitching
Café Racer seat cowlMatches the bodywork and is easily removable
Bar-end mirrors with forged armsFitted for an authentic street racer style
Thruxton R Style Foot pegsHighlights the sporty personality
Thruxton forged headlightsFeatures a painted bowl and bezel to add to the café racer look
Bullet IndicatorsBlack bullet indicators to enhance the style
ABSProvides enhanced control and safety without being easily recognisable
Ride-by-wireOffers additional throttle control, making riding smoother and more comfortable
LED rear lightGreat power efficiency with a characteristic light pattern
USB ChargerExcellent for on the go
Twin ClockFeatures two trip settings, fuel level, ability to turn off traction control, gear position, odometer and much more
Engine ImmobiliserPrevents engine running with the wrong key present
Torque assisted clutchreduces clutch level making it easier to ride
Switchable traction controlBoosts safety and control due to optimising the delivery of torque