, running his own motorcycle servicing business in Nottinghamshire.Police say the coroner has been informed of the incident and an inquest is to follow.
and hit a rock, throwing the 38-year-old onto another rock.Coroner John Taylor has been informed of Mr Jones' death and an inquest is expected to be opened later today.
into the path of an oncoming car. The bike was delivered the day before and apparently Mr. Parsons was "very excited" about riding on it, the Cardiff inquest was told. The inquest was told that Mr. Parsons had wanted the bike for years but his wife Myra had
David Osborne was told.The inquest heard how the victim's helmet visor would have allowed through only 20.5 per cent of light. European regulations require such visors to transmit at least 50 per cent of visible light.PC Cooper, who examined the crash
The sale of imported off-road motorbikes is to be investigated after a teenager caught fire in a 30mph collision. Zak Gregory, 17, died after the bike he was riding crashed into a car and burst into flames in Wiltshire, last August. An inquest heard
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