Alan William Grahame (5 February 1954 – 3 October 2021) was a British Speedway rider.
|Born||5 February 1954|
Kingstanding, England, U.K.
|Died||3 October 2021(aged 67)|
|1975, 1986||Swindon Robins|
|1975, 1995–1998||Hull Vikings|
|1978–1985, 1987–1991, 1993||Cradley Heathens|
|1974||British League Division Two Champion|
|1974||British League Division Two KO Cup Winner|
|1975||New National League Champion|
|1981, 1983||British League Champion|
|1979, 1980, 1982, 1983|
1987, 1988, 1989
|British League KO Cup Winner|
Grahame was born at Kingstanding, Birmingham, in February 1954. He finished runner-up to his brother Andy Grahame in the 1982 British Speedway Championship, and qualified for the Speedway World Championship Final in 1984 as reserve and scored five points from two rides.
World Final AppearancesEdit
- Cradley Speedway: Alan Grahame profile
- Cradley Speedway Home Page
- Wigham, Catherine (4 October 2021). "Hull Vikings speedway fans and team-mate pay special tribute to Alan Grahame after sad passing". Hull Daily Mail.