Family pay tribute to biker killed in Slough crash

Richard Earl Sinclair (r) and his son Richard Sinclair leaves behind a wife and 14-year-old son, Lewis

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The family of a motorcyclist who died in a crash in Slough have said their hearts are "broken forever".

Richard Sinclair, 41, was killed in a collision with a BMW on the A412 Uxbridge Road, near the junction of Wexham Park Lane, on Sunday afternoon.

The 59-year-old driver of the car also died at the scene.

Mr Sinclair, who was born in Chalfont St Giles in Buckinghamshire, grew up in Chalfont St Peter. Thames Valley Police urged any witnesses to contact them.

In the statement released by police, Mr Sinclair's wife Julie said: "I have been lucky enough to be married to Rich for that last 14 years.

"We have our beautiful son Lewis together, who is the apple of his dad's eye.

"We will love you forever my baby, or as we say 'infinity'. You will live on in everything we do and will always be in our thoughts."

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