Hampshire & Isle of Wight

Tribute to Hampshire motorcyclist death crash rider

Frazer Harbison
Image caption Frazer Harbison was described as a "best friend" to all

The family of a motorcyclist who died when he lost control of his bike on a bend have paid tribute to him.

Frazer Harbison was riding his Honda CB 600 along the A338 from Fordingbridge in Hampshire towards Ringwood on Friday when he came off the road.

The 20-year-old, of Queens Gardens, Fordingbridge, was taken to Southampton General Hospital but died on Monday.

His family said the bricklayer was a "funny, witty and generally all round nice guy".

They added: "Our son loved life and gave everything 100%.

'Extremely sociable'

"He made time for everyone, especially his family; he made each one feel special. He was a best friend and confidant to all. He made special effort when it came to his granddad whom he adored.

"He was extremely sociable as his many friends would verify - excellent company, funny, witty and generally all round nice person."

Sgt Glen Barham said: "This is clearly a tragic incident and our thoughts are with Frazer's family.

"We are very keen to hear from anyone who witnessed the crash or may have information to assist our investigation."

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