The 440 pounds (claimed, dry) Street Cup is easy to maneuver at slower speeds and is docile enough for relaxed urban trolling and commuting. To establish the Street Cup’s sporting capability we did our best to tear up some of southern Spain’s bullet-straight secondary roads and serpentine tarmac. High-speed stability is good, but I detected a slight high-frequency wiggle in the handlebars, perhaps caused by wind interacting with the bar-end mirrors. Despite steeper geometry than the standard Street Twin thanks to longer shocks, handling is rather slow and high-effort. True to form, the Street Cup has an 18-inch cast-aluminum wheel (wheels sizes are the same as on the Street Twin), and streetbikes have moved away from 18-inch wheels for a reason—they tend to slow down steering. In any case, the Street Cup is plenty maneuverable, especially compared to bikes from the era it emulates.