A moving family tribute has been paid to motorcylist Billy Bradley, who died in a road col lision near Alford at the weekend .
Dad of two Billy was died when his Ducati motorbike was involved in a traffic accident with a Red Ford Kia on Saturday morning.
He suffered fatal injuries following the accident, which took place on the A1104 Station Road, near the junction for the village of Well at about 9.30am. The motorbike was the pride and joy of the 35-year-old who lived in the Alford area.
A heartfelt statement issued by the family through Lincolnshire Police said: “Billy was a loving father to Elliot and Michael, and a much loved fiancée to Jayne.
“Billy had a love for his motorbikes, particularly his Ducati that was his baby. He spent many hours cleaning and polishing it just to get the perfect shine.
“He was a great man who had so many friends. Whoever he went he would meet someone he knew. His nick name, which his friends called him, was Baldilocks which he thought was highly amusing.
“He is going to be missed by all that knew him, especially his father, Peter, sister, Liz, Steve, and all his nieces and nephews.”
Anyone who saw the accident should call the Collision Witness Hotline on 01522 558855 or 101 quoting incident 164 of November 1.