The 18-year-old man who tragically died in a collision on the A17 on 3 September has been named by his family as John Sparks.
His family has paid tribute to John, who they described as a devoted son, brother, uncle and grandson, in a joint statement:
"He was beloved, and his parents have said he was a better son than anyone could have wished for. His sister said he was one of the people she was closest to in the world, and she loved watching him be an uncle to her daughter, and is heartbroken that they won’t get to grow up together.
"Alongside his family, John had many friends who have said he was one of the nicest people you could meet. It didn’t matter what you threw at him, he would always be smiling and joking.
"He was passionate about all he was involved with, taking a massive amount of pride in every aspect of his work both at McDonald’s and his college.
"He enjoyed going to the gym with his friends, computing, swimming, and fishing, and he was excited to start his Computer Science degree at the University of Lincoln this September.
"John brought joy to everyone he met, and now a piece of us will always be missing."
The family ask for privacy while they process their loss.