Lloyd Thomas Bayley

March 21, 1977December 5, 2020
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Lloyd Thomas Bayley was born on March 21, 1977 in Flushing, New York to the parents of Leonard Clifford and Ethel Megginson Bayley. He was the second son after seven years. Lloyd attended Allen Christian School for Kindergarten and grade one, Bel-Aire Elementary School, in Miami, Florida and Deer Park High School in Deer Park, Long Island.

“Whatever you do, do it with all your heart.” Colossians 3:23a

Lloyd was a born athlete who loved to compete in multiple sports. He competed in baseball, football, soccer, basketball, and finally his passion, bicycle trials and professional motorcycle racing. He worked hard at being the best at whatever sport he participated in. His passion was awarded by winning many trophies and awards.

Lloyd leaves to cherish his memories, his loving wife, Yvett, two daughters, Alyssia and Alana; parents: Leonard and Ethel M. Bayley-Scruggs; brother: Leonard Bayley Jr; five sister- in-laws: Margie Pyatt, Chris Moore, Gracy Morning, Lisa Morning and Catia Bayley; three brother in-laws: Tyrone Morning, James C. Morning and Terry Moore; one great uncle: Tommie O. Battle, Sr; one uncle, Robert L. Megginson, three aunts: Gloria L. Megginson, Lois (Lawrence) Pruden, Shirley Turner. A host of nieces and nephews. cousins: Monica M. Wade, Marsha Megginson, Ronnie Wilkins, Tanya Brown, Anthony Crawford, Ian Megginson and a host of relatives, extended family and loved ones.


  • Visitation

    Friday, December 18, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, December 19, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, December 19, 2020


Lloyd Thomas Bayley

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Petey Vee

March 12, 2021

Lloyd was an amazing friend. We shared the passion for racing...him roadracing and me dragracing. Would catch him at the track on occasion while watching my friends. His knowledge and passion was infectious and he was always willing to share his knowledge and expressed an interest in yours. He was a great athlete, unmatched racer and great friend. Please say hi to SJ for me...I know the races in heaven are so exciting with you both tearing up the track up there. Will see you again.

Steve Nogueira

January 13, 2021

I first met Lloyd in I believe it was 2006, he was an excited, attentive, and determined new student in the race license certification class that I teach for the Penguin Road Racing School at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He had a great attitude, funny but serious personality, and wanted to learn to ride not only safer but faster. The school is on a Friday and he won his wave of the Rookie Race on Saturday.....his helmet could not contain the smile! From that day forward every time we got a chance to talk I addressed him as "LORD" Bayley as we both shook hands and laughed.....he was deserving of his new racetrack nickname and as the years and victories piled up he more than proved that he was worthy of the title. Over the years I followed Lloyd's career in magazines and online and was always proud to see his results. The past few years I would see Lloyd when he came back up to Loudon for the ASRA National to show them the right way to do it on the race track! I would always go roam the pits and look for the LB26 setup so I could go say hi to my friend "LORD" Bayley and we could share a laugh about how it all started and catch up on what he's doing now. I was devastated to hear the news of his passing and shared many a tear for him and his family. I look to the heavens and ask Lloyd to watch over his family and to keep us track riders safe! Until we meet again...... Godspeed Lloyd "LORD" Bayley.
Your Fast Friend-
Steve 950 Nogueira
Penguin Road Racing School
Race Licensing Lead Instructor

Lois Crawford - Pruden

December 19, 2020

There are many memorable moments I have of my nephew. All the holiday celebrations with Lloyd and other family members were special. But one particular holiday I will cherish Lloyd's memories is Christmas. The family gathered at my house every year on Christmas Day for over 35+ years. I remember Lloyd as a child running through the house with his cousin Anthony creating joyous laughter. Through the 35+ years we continue our Christmas tradition of celebrating Christmas at my house. It wasn't long before Lloyd was a grown man and he was bringing he wife Yvette and their two girls to my house to celebrate Christmas. This time it was Lloyd and Yvette girls and Anthony's son running through
the house creating joyous laughter.
This span of time will surely be cherished forever.
Lloyd will be deeply missed.

Lawrence Pruden

December 19, 2020

Lloyd Thomas Bayley was my wife's Nephew I have known him since he was very young.We use to discuss many things concerning his passion (motor cycle racing). He would ask about Building his brand and Marketing Ideas,I tried to encourage him to further his education, but God had other great things in mind for him to do.
He was a caring father and loving husband.
I wish for all that have come into contact with Lloyd, to spread the word how much he has aspired young people to accomplish great things with hard work. May Peace and Blessings be with his Family
and may he rest in peace.

Leonard Lindsay

December 19, 2020

Sending my condolences to the Bayley family. I met Lloyd through our love of racing. I’m going to miss those talks and his since of humor. Loyd you will be missed. Rest In Peace.

Elis'sa Winston

December 18, 2020

I recall my first encounter with Lloyd was when I was in 9th grade and he introduced himself in our photography class then cracked jokes on my baggy clothes and cross colors outfit.. lol that is where our friendship began. I have so many memories with LB from his dogs, to the snakes, to him being a hard-core polo fanatic back in the days to him teaching me about bikes and keeping me encouraged as my husband and I fell in love with the sport. This is the type of friend that just finished a race but stopped by on their way home to help work on my bike. You will be sorely missed LB! Love you and may God comfort all that you've impacted.

Tim Tucker

December 18, 2020

I met Lloyd at his very first motorcycle race. He was beating everyone all weekend. I didn’t know who he was so I went and found him. We became fast friends. I had the privilege of throwing the checkered flag on his first race and threw him many more checkered flags over the years. I saw him do amazing things on a motorcycle, it was like sometimes he wasn’t human and all you could do was watch in awe ... I’m going to miss my friend!!!

Phoebus Milsap

December 18, 2020

Lloyd and I were very good friends as teenagers. I remember when he moved to NY permanently, I was so excited that we would be able to go to high school together. Lloyd was a very funny guy. During those days in the early to mid 90's, we'd always watch the Martin Lawrence show together. He'd reenact some of the skits and have me cracking up as if we didn't just watch the episode. We shared a ton of laughs together. That's how I'll always remember him, laughing and joking around. I have countless other memories, but I'm only allowed 2000 charachters to express my thoughts. I'll miss you king. God bless your wife and children. Lloyd Bayley, one of the greats!

Flo Mccray

December 18, 2020

They called us night and day they even combined our names and called us Floyd and lloyd at one point was inseparable we rode our bikes like nothing else matters..when we were younger we played countless hours of video games and we had great times going out chasing will be missed

Jonathan Woods

December 17, 2020

Lloyd and I always had such a awesome friendship. Even with a 10 year age difference he never looked down at me as just a kid but instead has taught me alot over the 14years I've known him. We would always talk so much about motorcycle racing and how his upgrades to his road race bike could also help me with my bike I used for drag racing. I remember one day I got to the house in Deer Park and we decided to lay out all his trophies. Needless to say we covered the entire livingroom and kitchen floor to a point you couldnt walk around. After a few years of him saying "come down to FL and stay with me" I spent Father Day this year at his place with my girlfriend. He always welcomed me with open arms when ever I needed it. While at his house he even showed me watermelon with a Yellow inside which ive never seen in my life not to mention tasted delicious. My condolences to his family, his lovely wife and kids who also opened there doors to me and my girlfriend and treated us like family. Llyod you will always be riding with me...much love and respect.

Sincerely Jonathan Wood -(woodz)
The photo included was a photo Lloyd tagged me in on Instagram after I helped him put the bike together a day before rhe race, he went off to finish in top position.


Lloyd as a child at his birthday party


Lloyd as a child playing baseball


Lloyd, his dad , brother, cousin Anthony and grandfather


Lloyd and his family


Lloyd as a child


Lloyd doing what he loves.




Lloyd and his grandfather Lloyd who he is named after


Lloyd and Gil