coolReview the video twice and a couple of things become really apparent:
The CRV sped up to try to prevent the bike from getting in, and even though he did this, he still barely had to brake.
The bike did not "cut off" anyone, he was merging into traffic. And to you "all the best" type people - I'd take the riding skills of someone who confidently merges like this over the riding skills of someone who thinks the rider did something unsafe all day.
Whether the rider was safe or not is one thing, but I didn't see any "rage" there. Can you maybe take some time and explain where the rage is? As it is I felt totally ripped off wasting my time and want my money back.Oof if you two think that's safe riding, all the best to you two as well!
Saw that but hardly think of it as road rage, at least nothing compared to what I see on a daily basis. It's probably more a case of "road slightly miffed."It's hard to see, but appears that red-crv kept close behind the bike then also changed to right lane again following closely. Then possibly trying to block bike in right lane and the bike has to drop back then across 3 lanes over to the left. Then red-crv tries to get onto highway ramp where they were probably originally headed.