A Brief History of the Marque
Manufacturer: Grazer Motorenwerke AG
Puntigam near Graz
The first motorcycle built by Grazer in 1926 was designed by Karl Schüber as a twin-cylinder OHC 174cc road racer. He also designed a reed-valved twostroke of 350cc which was used in the first production Titan machines presented in late 1926.
The following year a sports model was introduced to the range, and this provided considerably greater performance than its major rival, Puch. In later years they introduced JAP and Blackburne-powered machines which complemented their own two-strokes.
The Titan became the second-largest motorcycle manufacturer in Austria, producing some 1400 units in the period 1927-1932.
Like so many other companies, the deepening global depression spelled doom for the great Austrian marque, and in 1932 it closed its doors.
Titan 350 Sport
Built: 1926 - 1930
Titan 350 Special
Single-cylinder two-stroke with reed valve induction of 347cc
Built: 1930 - 1932
There may also have been clip-on bicycle engines and tricycles.
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