Tributes have continued to pour in for David Eales, a popular Ealing man known for his passion for getting people on their bikes.
The "prominent member" of the London Cycling Campaign died in August and leaves behind a legacy which has touched many lives in the borough.
Mr Eales started the Ealing Bike Hub, now known as the London Bike Hub, in 2011, which supported people by taking second hand bikes, refurbishing them and distributing to people who needed them.
His role for the London Cycling Campaign in Ealing included organising cycling events and pushing for safer streets for people on two wheels.
He was also a passionate campaigner for access for disabled people.
His daughter, Joanne, said on Facebook: "To our wonderful Dad, I really hope you know how truly loved you were. Rest in peace and be assured you will live on in all of our memories forever. Missing you with all our hearts xxxx."
'Tremendous ambassador for cycling'
Coordinator of Ealing Cycling Campaign, Martin Gorst, said: "David was the heart and soul of the cycling community in Ealing.
"While most of us pushed the council to make improvements, he got on and did things. He set up the London Bike Hub to offer maintenance and cycle training classes, and with his teaching and advice encouraged thousands of people to take up and keep on cycling.
"He was not only a tremendous ambassador for cycling but also a lovely guy with a warm heart and a wry sense of humour. We will miss him terribly, but his influence will live on in all the people he inspired.
"His wife Shirley and daughters Joanne and Laura can be very proud of what David achieved."
Friend Cllr Bassam Mahfouz said: "David was one of the world’s genuine nice guys.
"He had a cutting sense of humour and will be remembered for his limitless bank of 'dad' jokes as well as his interesting collection of wonderful bikes. But he was also determined and as a great campaigner always landed his points well.
"David always had a smile up his sleeve and deployed it at just the right times, he was not only always positive; he was always doing something positive.
"His work has inspired countless people across west London to get into cycling and given them the practical skills to do so, whether it was riding safely, bike maintenance or the confidence to get on a bike in the first place.
"He was a superb advocate for cycling, a great mind with an entrepreneurial flair matched by his social drive to improve peoples’ lives.
"David you touched the lives of so many in such a short space of time. I know you are greatly missed by all who met you. Personal and heartfelt condolences to David’s family - may you have the strength you need at this impossibly difficult time."