The family of a motorcyclist who was killed in a collision on the A4074 Port Way near Ipsden in Oxfordshire, have issued a tribute.
Twenty-seven year-old Michael John Dix was riding his motorbike home just after midnight on Tuesday 29th November when the accident happened. His family had this tribute for 'Mike':
"Mike was a devoted and loving husband to Steph, doting father to their beautiful son Tommy aged three and a loving son and brother. Mike, born in Swindon and raised in Marlborough and Didcot was known to many of his friends as “Ped-boy” due to his love of mopeds, which he customised in his own unique style.
Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses to the fatal collision which involved Mr Dix's motorcycle, a lorry and a car. Detectives said that they urged anyone who was on or near the A4074 at the time or who saw the vehicles beforehand to get in touch by telephoning 101 and quoting the Unique Reference Number (URN) 16 29/11.
Detectives from Thames Valley Police say an 18-year-old man from Wallingford who was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, and driving while over the prescribed alcohol limit has been bailed until late January 2017.