They also built the Triplette, a fairly basic motorcycle, between 1923 and 1925. Powered by a 147cc Villiers two-stroke engine, it came with an Albion two-speed gearbox or with direct-belt drive. It had very wide mudguards at the front, so the fork blades had to pass through slots cut into the top of the guard.
The venture was very short lived.
Only one example of the Triple H is known to survive, and is in private hands in the UK. A forum post mentions that Frank Baker moved into the Alverchurch premises of Hobbis Bros and Horrell after Precision closed.
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