Street Cup - Learn to Ride for free

  • £8,800.00
Available | Usually dispatched from the warehouse within 48 hours

The new Triumph Street Cup - with free Rider Training
Learn to ride on a Triumph

Maybe you witnessed the awesome Distinguised Gentleman's Ride this year, or maybe you've always wanted to learn to ride a Triumph; either way, there's never been a better time to learn to ride a Triumph.

Getting on a bike for the first time can be expensive though.  There are your lessons to pay for, tests, clothing and the deposit or purchase of the bike itself.  How about this: pay a £500 deposit and we'll match it with a £500 deposit contribution.  Then, pay just £128.67 per month to finance you're new Street Cup for 36 months on a Tristar PCP. We'll give you your CBT and 12 hours of lessons free - over £500 of rider training absolutely free.

The only costs are your theory test and Mod 1 and Mod 2 test fees to the DSA, about £100 all in.

You learn with us, in our own rider training school with our own instructors - Peter and Lisa.  We provide all of the clothing you need to keep you protected and warm in your lessons, and you can learn to ride on a new Triumph Street Twin too.

You in?  Call Kevin or Eric now on 0191 282 2864 and they'll get you on your way to a new bike and licence in time for Christmas.

Learn more about the training here >>


Triumph Street Cup What's New

With a name inspired by the club racing scene, the Street Cup has been designed to deliver all the attitude, personality, presence and style of a contemporary custom cafe racer for today’s riders. It's a perfect, stylish, easy to ride first bike (and a bloody good bike for those more experienced too).

Sharing the same contemporary custom styling principles as the Street Twin, the new Street Cup has the iconic Bonneville silhouette combined with clean lines, minimal bodywork and modern finishes. These include cast wheels, elegant fuel tank with a locking fuel cap, black sculpted engine covers with the Triumph makers mark triangle and Bonneville engine badge, elegant single throttle body with aluminium finisher and distinctive finned head and header clamps.

As you would expect from its name the new Street Cup is also absolutely loaded with distinctive and beautiful urban sports features and details, including:

  • Authentic bullet seat with Alcantara effect top panel, beautifully accented with Silver contrast stitching.
  • Café racer inspired seat cowl, body colour painted with number board graphics. Easily removable to reveal pillion seat area.
  • Colour matched fly-screen with matching graphic.
  • Contemporary bar-end mirrors with forged arms.
  • Twin clocks with polished stainless steel bezels, as featured on Thruxtons.
  • Thruxton R style foot pegs
  • Thruxton forged headlight mounts and painted bowl and bezel
  • Sporty fork protectors, replacing the Street Twin’s classic ‘fork gaiters’
  • Stylish Black bullet indicators

There is also an incredibly high level of finish across the whole bike with hand applied coach-lining on the tank, pin-striped wheels, Gold coloured engine badges and unique decals and Triumph tank badges.

In terms of paint schemes there are two exciting two-tone options to choose from, either Racing Yellow and Silver Ice with Jet Black hand-applied coach lining and Racing Yellow wheel pin-striping or Jet Black and Silver Ice with Goldhand-applied coach lining and Gold wheel pin-striping

Urban sports poise, agility and equipment


To match its ‘street racer’ attitude the Street Cup has been developed to deliver more dynamic and sports focused ergonomics – without compromise to everyday comfort. Compared to the Street Twin the rider is seated slightly higher and further back and the handlebar position is lower and slightly further forwards. This delivers a more engaged riding position and also improves physical turn in.

There are new distinctive dropped ‘Ace’ style bars and new, model specific rear suspension units that are longer (though still with the same 120mm rear wheel travel of the Street Twin), which raises the back end and steepens the head angle. Combined with the sporty riding position this enhances the bikes agility for direction changes.

Taking the Street Cup to a new level of specification we have new high value 2-piston sliding axial Nissin caliper with machined branding and a floating brake disc.


In terms of paint schemes there are two exciting two-tone options to choose from, either Racing Yellow and Silver Ice with Jet Black hand-applied coach lining and Racing Yellow wheel pin-striping or Jet Black and Silver Ice with Goldhand-applied coach lining and Gold wheel pin-striping




Triumph Street Cup Rider Technology

Combining the custom stripped-back looks of the Street Twin with contemporary capability for maximum precision, control and safety, the Street Cup comes complete with a wealth of advanced rider focused technology including:

Ride-by-wire  Enhanced rideability, safety and control, from a single throttle body

ABS  The latest generation anti-lock braking system – introducing a new level of safety and control yet remaining unobtrusive and with minimal visual impact

Switchable traction control  Switchable traction control, accessed via the instrument menu,
helps to maximise rider safety and comfort

Torque assist clutch  Designed to reduce clutch lever effort for the rider, bringing a lighter touch and feel to the clutch and making it easier to ride, and for longer

Liquid Cooling For cleaner and more fuel efficient riding (36% better fuel economy)

LED Rear Light  Incorporated into the classic design, it creates a distinctive light pattern with enhanced power efficiency

Engine Immobiliser  Incorporated into new key with high value Triumph badge

USB Charging Socket  Mounted underneath the seat for convenient charging of essential devices

Stylish twin clocks  Feature packed clocks (speedo and rev counter) cleverly incorporating a digital menu system for fingertip control while riding.


  • Gear position indicator
  • Odometer
  • Two trip settings
  • Service indicator
  • Range to empty
  • Fuel level
  • Average and current fuel consumption
  • Clock
  • Traction control setting




Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin



Maximum Power

55 PS / 54 BHP (40.5kW) @ 5900 rpm

Maximum Torque

80Nm @ 3230 rpm


Brushed 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin brushed silencers


Torque assist. Wet, multi-plate clutch

Dry Weight

200 kg

Fuel Tank Capacity

12 L

Front Suspension

KYB 41mm cartridge forks. 120mm travel

Rear Suspension

KYB twin shocks with adjustable preload. 120mm travel

Front Brake

Single 310mm floating disc, 2-piston Nissin axial floating
caliper, ABS

Rear Brake

Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS


Nissin branded twin piston sliding caliper
Ace style handle bar
Fork protectors
Bullet seat with silver stitching and painted cowl
Switchable traction Control
Torque-assist clutch
LED rear light
USB power socket
Trip computer


PCP Finance
Monthly payment£ 128.67
Deposit contribution£ 500.00
Customer deposit£ 500.00
Amount of credit£ 7,801.00
Number of monthly payments36
Optional final payment (GFV)£ 5,061.00
Total amount payable£ 10,693.12
Representative APR9.9 %
Option to Purchase Fee£ 10.00
Annual contracted mileage3000

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All finance examples are based on the base colour, and there may be a variance on a different colour choice.  Please contact us for an full presentation of your finance quote, including any changes to deposit or Guaranteed Future Value which you may want to make.

Representative Example, provided for illustration purposes only.

In PCP finance examples, the final payment is optional and is the minimum guaranteed value of the bike (providing the bike isn't damaged or beyond reasonable wear and tear for the age and mileage). 

Your options at the end of a PCP agreement are to either hand the bike back to the finance company, use the bike as a part exchange against a new one or pay the final payment and take ownership of the bike.

In all cases of finance, the motorcycle belongs to the finance house until the final payment is made at the end of the agreement.

PCP agreements work best when you have a low deposit, want to have low manageable monthly payments and intend to part exchange or sell the bike at the end of the agreement.  If you have a significant deposit, can afford higher monthly payments or plan to keep the bike beyond the term of the agreement then a finance proposal based on a regular monthly payment without a deferred final payment may provide the lowest total cost.  We can talk you through all of the options we can offer.

Newcastle Motorcycles are a broker not a lender, and can only introduce you to a limited number of lenders.

For details on the credit broking facilities offered by Triumph Newcastle, click here

Please contact us for more information.

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