Friends and family of a motorcyclist who tragically lost his life in an accident said an emotional goodbye to him this week in a 'send-off to remember'.

Two dozen motorcycles gathered at the family home in Inchwood, Bracknell, to escort the funeral procession of Matthew Teal as his family said an emotional goodbye.

Yellow flowers were distributed in memory of Matthew who passed away on July 10, leaving his fiance and children.

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Matthew, 37, was involved in a fatal crash at Ringmead, near the junction with Jevington on Sunday, July 10.

The convoy was made up of close friends and family.

Brother AJ Spindlow said: “He deserves this. He always loved bikes, always loved the thrill of a bike. I wouldn’t see him go out any other way.

“When they heard about it all our close friends have been round the house every single day checking in and seeing how we are doing."

The Bracknell man who was considered ‘quite a wild man’ is described as having a huge heart that ‘would do anything for his family.’

AJ said: “We were brothers and we argued sometimes but whenever I needed him he was there, and same goes for him. I was always there for him.”

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Teal and his family were a huge part of the motorcycle scene in Bracknell. Brother AJ said what better way to see him off surrounded by all his friends, family doing what he loved. 

Friends and family joined a convoy of motorbikes as they made their way to the crematorium for the afternoon service.  

Fiance April Garbutt set up a Just Giving page following his death to raise funds for the funeral and a memorial.

She said: “I couldn’t have asked for a better person in this world to share the last 15 years with.

“Matt had such an amazing energy about him, everybody loved him.

“Matt will live on in our children and I hope I can make him proud raising our kids."

The Just Giving target of £1,500 in order to pay for Matthew's funeral has reached an incredible £4,485. 

April said that this additional amount will go towards a memorial fund for his three children.