THE FAMILY of quad biker who died on the A444 has paid tribute to their ‘beautiful son, brother and father to be’.
The heart-wrenching message was issued after news of 21-year-old Coventry man Tyrone Evans’ death in an incident on Friday (September 15).
The family’s tribute, issued via West Midlands Police, read: “Our beautiful son, brother and father to be. Tragically taken too soon doing what he loved the most. Sleep easy brother until we see you again. We love you. Mr Mechanic.”
Police are appealing for witnesses following the fatal collision involving Tyrone’s quad bike in Coventry on Friday night.
It happened at 9.40pm on the A444 Phoenix Way, near to the junction with the Cyan Business Park.
The bike, which was travelling towards Binley, left the carriageway and the rider collided with a barrier.
Tyrone died at the scene after suffering head injuries.
Police constable Stuart Thorpe from the force’s collision investigation unit said: “Enquiries are on-going and I would like to hear from anyone who saw the collision on Friday night to call police on 101 or email FL_COLLISION_INVEST@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk .”