The day after the collision, the Bristol Post reported that his three sisters, Sarah, Mandy and Katie, had rushed to the scene, but Mr Bailey had died before their arrival.
The three devastated sisters then had the terrible task of returning home to tell their mother what had happened.
Mother Karen said after the collision: "The bottom feels like it has dropped out of the world, because he was our world."Oh noes! Whatever happened?
Jamie Bailey, 29, was "screaming" down Murford Avenue at around 60mph as he mounted a pavement and lost control of the vehicle.
The unemployed father-of-two had no driving licence or insurance when the incident happened on August 26 last year.
The inquest confirmed he was not being tracked by police at the time of the collision, although police had received a report that the motorbike had been stolen.Gosh. I don’t think there’s a violin small enough, is there?
At a hearing at Flax Bourton coroner's court yesterday, assistant coroner Terrence Moore concluded he had died as a result of a road traffic collision.Really? Well, I guess they don’t have a verdict of ‘he died as a result of utter stupidity'..
Following the accident, police returned in October to the neighbourhood where Mr Bailey was killed to warn people of the dangers of speeding.
The event, Operation Torque, was aimed at cutting down on anti-social behaviour and collisions caused by speeding and dangerous driving.What an absolute waste of police time.