Tributes have been paid to a cyclist eliminated in a crash with a cars and truck on the edge of Dundee.

Carnoustie male Graeme Bell passed away when his motorbike was involved in a collision with a black Volkswagen Golf on the A930 at Barry prior to 3pm on Friday.

It is understood the motorcycle fanatic, 27, was taking a trip to working from Cupar Motorcycles from his house when the crash took place.

His better half Jenni was too dismayed to talk, yet responding to a wave of tributes uploaded online, she stated: “Thank you so much for all your kind remarks.

“It’s calming to recognize he was so favored as well as appreciated.

“He was my globe and I was his but there was still plenty room for his enthusiasm for his beloved bikes.

“He was the most effective and also he has actually been drawn from us all ahead of time.”

Cupar Motorcyles director Paul Weinberger said: “He was just one of the best workers we have actually ever had as well as he was enjoyed by everybody.

“He was incredibly popular. He didn’t have any type of enemies and he was a very easy person to obtain on with.”

Mr Bell had workinged from the bike shop, which was closed on Saturday as a mark of respect, for more than two years.

Posting online, sis Louise Bell defined her sibling as “one in a million”.

She claimed: “Seeing all these wonderful remarks makes me feel even more happy to call him my bro.

“Words can’t define the discomfort we all feel and it does not feel real recently. I’m just awaiting him to call me or walk in.

“Life will certainly never ever be the same. Love you a lot bro.”

Investigations into the source of the accident are continuing.