The family of Steven Foster, who died in a road traffic collision in Oxford on Saturday (11/10), have released the following tribute to the Stokenchurch biker:
“To most he was ‘Foz’, to his family ‘Ste’: two different names but one great son, brother and friend. He was very much a family man who loved to talk about his mum and dad. He embraced life and loved to laugh.
“Ste was renowned for his outrageous shirts and fancy dress outfits. He enjoyed karaoke and was always the life and soul of the party.
“His passions were for football and motorbikes. He was a very keen Wolves supporter and his heroes were Steve Bull and Hans Nielsen.
“In his job as a plasterer, he brightened the day for many people.
“He will be greatly missed by his many friends and especially his family and partner Jules and her children.
“A loveable rogue and legend, without him the world will be a duller place”.
Steven, pictured left, wears the blue top. He lived in Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire. Details of the incident can be found here.