The family of a motorcyclist who tragically lost his life following a collision on the A25 between Reigate and Dorking on Saturday (15 January), have paid tribute to him.
The family of Louis Brown, 20, from Reigate, said:
"We are devastated as a family to have lost such a dear son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and uncle. Louis was very much loved by all of his family and will forever be remembered for his kindness and gentle mannerisms. Louis was the youngest sibling of four and lived life to the full.
"Louis had an amazing group of friends who spent so much time together growing up and having fun. The memories they created we are sure will never be forgotten.
"Louis was fortunate enough to find his first and only true love, his soul mate. Her family took Louis in like a son of their own and we will forever be grateful for the support and love they had for Louis. Our thoughts are with her and his second family.
"Louis loved his bike, a big passion of his. He was 16 when he got his license and first bike, a day that put the biggest smile on his face. Louis would often enjoy riding with his friends, creating happy memories.
"Louis started his working career with Kwik Fit as an apprentice. Through dedication and the amazing support that he received at work, Louis was promoted to a supervisor position which meant the world to him. We are grateful for the support shown by his colleagues and manager at Kwik Fit, Dorking and the kindness and support they have given the family.
"We would also like to thank all of our family and friends for their overwhelming support at this time which has helped us with the horror of what's happened."