GRAHAME HERBERT
         
Grahame Herbert is a multi-talented designer whose range of experience encompasses many building projects for prestige clients, architectural competitions, including a submission for the Millennium Bridge, and a long held interest in the design of folding bicycles.

Transportation issues have been of interest to him for many years and in the early seventies the Ford Motor Company gave serious consideration to his combination car concept, aimed at reducing today’s serious traffic congestion.
    In recent times he has volunteered radical proposals to the Transport Group for London to transform the London bus system into a more useful overground alternative to the underground.

Grahame was recommended to approach Silkmead by the “Technology Exchange” in order to commercialise his latest design. The design has been further developed over a two year period and now conforms to BS 6102 part 1. The resultant Airframe folding bike has been widely acclaimed by experts and selected retailers.