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Angry cagers = Trouble

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Doing more.

I have similar things happen to me in Seattle on I-5 and 405 when I used to commute on my bike. I would be in the HOV lane driving 10 mph over the speed limit and be tail gated. Most of the time it was women in SUVs usually talking into a cell phone. I gave up gettng angry about it and just moved over and let them go on.

In this situation I guess I have to defend the motorocyclist a little. No one deserves to be hit with a 3000Lb + weapon. I am surprised you didn't get a little more involved by following the now felony hit and run driver and getting a better id Yes the rider was a jerk and maybe escalated the situation but deliberately hitting somone one and then running is extreme. Again I think you should of done more. If I saw a motorcyclist hit like this believe i would of gone out of my way to make sure the Driver was brought to justice. I guess maybe I expect the same from every other rider.
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Re: Let's see Duc 999S 0-60 in 3 seconds....

Well said. I commute every morning from Burbank to Porter Ranch, (about 12 miles) and have to take the I-5 north to the 118. I don't know where you live, but this commute is like a scene from "Death Race 2000". Anyway, this morning, some nitwit in a Beemer almost rear-ended me. So I flipped him the bird, and before he could react, I was long gone. Don't mess with 3500 lbs of sheet metal.
Re: Angry cagers = Trouble. I HAVE THE ANSWER

Just like when Florida passed the CCW law. Now only German tourists get jacked.
Maybe if the Duck rider had been on a Boss Hoss, this would have never happened...
Is that wat that big rattling noise is? Jeez, nuthin' like a dry clutch. Reminds me of my old CZ...
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