Did Rider Alan Graham die in an accident?
The tragic death of former Speedway rider Alan Grahame, on Sunday, october 3, 2021, has led his fans to start asking questions about what caused his death, as they are in great morning. He sadly died at the age of 67.
Who is Alan Grahame?
Alan Graham, former speed way rider 67-year-old was born on February 5, 1954, at Kingstanding Birmingham, in England. His love for riding didn’t just pop up as he grew up riding with his father who was a sidecar scrambler.
He Started his carrier in 1973 with the Brummies. And he entered British Speedway Championship with his brother Andy Grahame. He was so good at what he did that it landed him to the Speedway World Championship Final with incredible other achievements.
Th Ex-hull Viking’s rider, was also known as Big AL which is his game name. He finished fourth in the Golden Hammer Intercontinental Final in 1989.
Did Alan Grahame die of injuries sustained from an accident?
According to a fan’s tweet about the accident Big AL got into while racing, which reads, “BIG AL | We’ve been alerted to the news that the legend Alan Grahame is in hospital after a sidecar crash. We wish the legend a speedy recovery From Heathens fans everywhere.”
We are not certain about the accuracy of the news that Grahame died due to injuries sustained in the accident he got into while racing on Monday September 27, 2021.
Social Media reactions to Alan Grahame’s death
The death of the rider is a heart wrecking one. His fans are in morning. The legend has left a legacy that is not going to be easily forgotten.
“It sounds like, very sadly, Alan Grahame has lost his battle against the injuries he sustained. A very sad weekend for speedway following the news on Colin Pratt yesterday. RIP Alan.” Said a fan of the rider.
“RIP Alan Grahame, sad news, thoughts to the family from his extended Welsh family #speedway.” Said another fan.
A tweet read “Big AL. Former Hull Vikings rider and club legend Alan Grahame has unfortunately lost his life due to the injures sustained in a recent racing accident. Everyone associated with Hull Vikings send their condolences to the family. Rest in peace, Big Al. #HullNeedsSpeedway.”
Someone reacted to the news, wrote, “I am genuinely saddened to hear this news, Alan Grahame was a legend not just for the years + service he gave to Cradley but to the sport as a whole. Always a fighter on the track and never gave up. RIP BIG A.”