CMC South Wales are pleased to present this beautiful example of the Triumph Street Cup finished in Metallic Yellow. With only 5894 miles on the clock the overall condition of the bike is immaculate and a credit to its 1 former keeper. Triumph have always been experts at creating retro looking bikes with modern flavours and they have made no exceptions when it comes to this street cup. It comes with plenty of accessories and features including Rear Seat Cowl ABS Tailtidy Analogue Clocks Bar End Mirrors Headlgiht Cowl and a set of Vance & Hines Exhausts to give it that amazing sound. If you're into the retro style cafe-racer look then you can't go wrong with this bike it really does stand out from the crowd. At CMC we pride ourselves on our customer satisfaction and this bike will have an oil and filter change and will go through a 37-point health inspection. It will also be fully valeted to give you complete confidence when buying from CMC. + Doc Fee of 129.00. 0% Finance available on clothing accessories and servicing. - SAME DAY RIDE AWAY: Avoid the agonising wait until your bike is checked over by our service team for safety. On this bike it has already been done. You can ride away the same day you buy. Low Mileage Vance & Hines Exhaust Service History 1 Former Keeper All Keys All Books Rear Seat Cowl ABS Tailtidy Analogue Clocks Bar End Mirrors Headlight Cowl

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CMC Cannock

Phoenix Business Park, Watling Street, WS11 0BN

http://www.cmcbikes.com/cmc-motorcycles/cmc-cannock

TRIUMPH STREET CUP (2017-on)
MCN Rating 4 out of 5 View full MCN ratings
Owners' Rating 5 out of 5 View full owners' ratings

MCN overall review verdict: The Triumph Street Cup isn’t going to blow your socks off with raw speed and racing talent.  The Street Cup is actually the Street Twin in disguise - don’t panic, it’s not just an accessory job – but more on that in a bit. The Street Twin has been hugely popular since its launch a year ago, Triumph even say it’s the best seller in the Bonnie range. And that’s because it’s incredibly easy to ride, unintimidating and minimalist with mod-cons; traits which appeal to both new riders and those taking a step back. So of course Triumph are going to take their winning formulae and extend it into new models, which is what we have here, but that’s fine with us because we’ll get all the benefits of the new Street Twin including new liquid-cooled parallel twin engine, frame, suspension and electronics package (ABS and traction control) and all wrapped up in café clothes. Brilliant. And we’re not just talking about a yellow jumper here either, Triumph has gone to town on the café components.  Triumph’s design department has done a spiffing job of transforming the Street Twin into a café racer – and they’re encouraging customers to carry on their good work with over 120 accessories.   But that’s enough about the trinkets, components aside the Street Cup’s main difference to its Twin sibling is it’s riding position and handling. It has a sportier riding position for a more agile bike.  Sweeping round the Spanish bends on the world launch in Seville quickly impressed. The Cup’s set-up certainly adds an element of sportiness to an otherwise relaxed Street Twin. Railing round corners is easier than it should be on the Street Cup, the ground clearance has also been increased so you can tip it further than you think it should go. Overall, it’s essentially still the Street Twin and that’s what makes the Cup such a good bike. The tweaked ergonomics add a sharper sensation to the ride, and despite the dropped bars and raised seat the riding position is still all day comfy (my gentle wrists didn’t ache once). The new bar mirrors are well placed and provide a decent rear view and the overall finish, quality of parts and attention to detail is sublime. Like the Street Twin, the Cup will appeal to a wide audience, which basically includes anyone who fancies a café racer that actually works.  From late Spring 2017 the Street Cup was available as an A2-compliant model. MCN spoke to Stuart Wood, the man behind Triumph's retro range, to find out what the bike is all about.  "If you stop and have a look at the Triumph Street Cup you will see there is far more to it than first impressions suggest, and it is actually something we couldn’t have done with a body kit," says Wood. "The back end is jacked-up and the ergonomics are different so the bike is a little bit sportier in its focus." Wood says that when you ride the Street Cup and Street Twin back-to-back the differences are clear, adding: "Going the extra mile makes a real difference." He says the Street Cup experience starts with the ace bars, the seat with its hump and the bike’s overall look. And then you get the new pegs, the paintjob with its hand pin-striped wheels, which is a different colour depending on the bike’s main colour.  "The exhausts intentionally have a single skin header so it blues up nicely at the top,” he continues. “It’s certainly not simply an inspiration kit on a Street Twin, it’s a step above. But it is not a Thruxton. "The Thruxton and Thruxton R are very different bikes. They’re full-on sportsbikes in many ways with their geometry and components, which isn’t what the Street Cup is about, it is more of a fun bike. At the moment this means you can’t fit the Thruxton’s dolphin fairing to the Street Cup as its bars are more relaxed and that would interfere with the fairings. That’s not to say there won’t be a dedicated Street Cup dolphin fairing in the future." After you've read this review and checked out our owners' reviews, you may want to join a community such as The Triumph Forum to contact and interact with owners.

Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £93
Annual service cost -
Performance
Max power 54 bhp
Max torque 59 ft-lb
Top speed 115 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 63 mpg
Tank range 164 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 900cc
Frame type Tubular steel cradle
Engine type liquid-cooled, 8v, parallel-twin
Fuel capacity 12 litres
Seat height 780mm
Bike weight 200kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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