We’ll be riding Triumph’s new Street Cup at the world launch in Seville this weekend.
Essentially a Street Twin, Triumph has fitted a variety of mods to create an all-new café racer for 2017. Taking inspiration from the Thruxton range, the new bike borrows some styling traits - getting the same twin clocks with polished stainless steel bezels, as well as similarly styled foot pegs and forged headlight mounts, painted bowl and bezel.
The bike comes equipped with a bullet seat made with an alcantara effect top panel and the pillion seat can be hidden by a painted cowl – complete with number board graphics to give it a sportier look.
It also gets fork protectors, black bullet indicators, bar-end mirrors and a fly-screen.
Aside from the retro bobbins, the Street Cup will use the 900cc Bonneville motor producing 54bhp and will cost £8600.
Be sure to visit www.motorcyclenews.com for the latest updates, and next Wednesday's (January 18) issue of MCN for the full launch report.
Engine: 900cc Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin
Frame: Tubular steel cradle
Suspension: KYB 41mm forks and twin rear shocks. Preload adjustable.
Seat height: 780mm
Front brake: Single 310mm floating disk, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS.
Colours: Racing yellow, Silver ice.