The family of a man killed in a motorbike crash in Beaconsfield say words cannot express how "shocked and devastated" his death has left them. 

Rafał Barański was killed when he crashed his motorbike into a barrier at the Pyebush roundabout in Beaconsfield on Friday, December 3. 

Rafał's family say he will be "sorely missed by many" as they remembered his "unique charisma" and "infectious laugh". 

They said: "We are deeply sad to announce the death of Rafał Barański on Friday 3rd December as a result of a fatal collision on a motorcycle in Beaconsfield.

“Words cannot express how shocked and devastated we all are that Rafał is gone. He was our beloved son, brother, step-brother, uncle, cousin and a dear friend to many wonderful people.

“Imagine someone enters the room and the light and joy comes with him. That’s what Rafał was like. He was always full of life and vitality, adding his own charm to any occasion with a cheeky grin and infectious laugh.

"He had his unique charisma and one of the kindest souls ever. Always ready to help, never let anybody down.

“Rafał was also very passionate about his work and hobbies including cooking, travelling, riding a motorcycle, snowboarding, fishing, films and music. 

“Rafał is gone but he will never be forgotten. He’ll be sorely missed by many. Rest in peace our love.

“His network of friends is huge and his family wish to thank everyone for their kind, consoling words and sympathy at this difficult time.”