A biker killed in a collision near Alston has been named as a Penrith man.
Martin Davidson, 55, was killed in the collision involving his motorbike on the A686 on Saturday.
His family have paid tribute, calling him a rock for his family and an absolute legend to his children.
Martin’s sister, Sandra, said: “A massive thank you for the outpouring of love from so many people at this sad, difficult time. Martin was a huge rock in our family and was always there, particularly these last few years.
“We love and miss him more than words can say. He will be remembered by so many for many different reasons but in particular for his kind and generous heart, wicked sense of humour and his huge cheeky grin! Rest in peace, Martin.”
Martin’s daughter, Laura, said: “My dad was an absolute legend. Losing him has impacted more people than I could’ve imagined – whether you knew him for a minute or a lifetime.
“He was the best dad, brother, uncle, godfather and friend we could’ve ever wished for and I miss him more than I can ever describe. I love you forever, dad.”
Anyone with information relating to this incident can report online at www.cumbria.police.uk/report-it quoting incident number 192 of 30th July 2022 or call 101.