Andy Grahame

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Andy Grahame
Born (1957-09-10) 10 September 1957 (age 59)
Birmingham, England, UK
Nationality English
Current club information
Career status Retired
Career history
1984, 1988
1985-1987, 1989, 1994
Birmingham Brummies
Milton Keynes Knights
Wolverhampton Wolves
Oxford Cheetahs
Wimbledon Dons
Eastbourne Eagles
Cradley Heath Heathens
Individual honours
British Champion
National League Riders Champion
Team honours
1985, 1986, 1989
1985, 1986
British League Champion
British League KO Cup winner
British League Pairs Champion

Andrew George "Andy" Grahame (born 10 September 1957, [1]Birmingham, England) is a former Speedway rider.

He won the British Speedway Championship in 1982. He also made it to the World Final in 1982 in Los Angeles as reserve but did not ride. He was signed to ride for the Oxford team in 1985.[2] In 2009 he and his brother Alan rode for the Cradley Heathens.[3]

His John also rode.

Andy's image is depicted on Proof of Youth an album released in 2007 by the Brighton band The Go! Team.[citation needed]

World Final Appearances[edit]


  1. ^ Profile,; accessed 12 August 2007
  2. ^ "SPEEDWAY: Nielsen regret at Oxford". Oxford Mail, 25 Apr 2008
  3. ^ "Ermolenko keen to renew rivalry". BBC Sport, 10 March 2009