Triumph released a version of the bike for the years leading up to 1950. The Grand Prix (named after the race it won on the Isle of Man) had more success but when 3 machines were entered in the Senior TT, they failed to finish. Ed Turner's racing enthusiasm wained and the bike was discontinued in 1950 when a racing kit was added to anyone who wanted to build their own competition machine.
|Dual carbs, oil filter, sprung hub tach driven from generator gear.|
|Square alloy cylinder first used in gasoline powered generators during WWII|
|Open primary, BTH competition magneto, remote float off the GP carbs|
|Racing tach, racing bars and silver painted gas tank.|