Tributes have been paid to a former Gunnersbury School pupil who was killed in a motorbike crash.
Stuart McPherson, 21, died when his Kawasaki collided with a beige Volkswagen Passat just before 10pm last Friday.
A moving display of flowers and messages have been left at the crash scene in Northfield Avenue, West Ealing.
One tribute read: "Stuart was the best one out of all of us. I'll always remember his stubbornness and his stupid laugh. I'm going to miss you so much, and I'm so sorry for everyone that knew and loved you."
Another friend wrote: "I can't believe it. You were one of the best people I knew, and as good a mate as I could have dreamed of having.
"I could tell you anything and I'm going to miss you so much. I can't believe I'm never going to talk to you again or hear that laugh of yours. I'm going to miss you forever and I'll never forget the good times we shared."
Online message boards have also been inundated with tributes from his old school friends.
"The quiet lad in school, he grew up to be an honest, humble and hard-working young man," wrote one pal. "An athletic guy all his peers aspired to be, he was also funny, charismatic and intelligent. He was a son his parents can be proud of."
A 28-year-old motorist has been arrested on suspicion of failure to stop and bailed to return to a west London police station in December.
Anyone with information can call the Collision Investigation Unit at Alperton on 020 8998 5319.