Another complete ass who displays bluster instead of common sense and honesty. He describes car drivers as 'idiots in cages'.I find it is the idiots in cages trying to run me down..I almost was ran into the other day on RT72 some idiot young driver switching lanes without looking or signaling...I pulled up along side the guy and gave him a WTF and he flips me off...I got in front of him but the only thing I had to throw at his car was my cel phone..His lucky I didn't have the time to follow his **** and kick the **** out of him once he got off the highway..I think Todd has the right idea..And besides I hate stupid people,I have no use for them...
As far as this accident...Sorry to hear about the passenger and hope she is doing all right..And if the driver was unlicensed and ran the light I really have no sympathy for the young idiot..Though I'm a biker and hate seeing anyone go down..Taking out someone's child on a bike without being properly licensed is unexcusable...I don't care if this guy was Valentino Rossi himself..Without the proper license he had no right riding some poor girl on the back...The end results prove my point.
This phrase alone separates him from 99 % of humanity, but he continues, adding how he would beat the driver up who cut him off, but he doesn't have time.(where would a loser have to go??)
Only car drivers make mistakes, according to this fool, never motorcycle riders. Never mind what we all see every single day on I-95, dumbas$es on motorcycles without helmets riding between lanes going much faster than the average speed.
Even the slightest awareness of the news this summer would tell this dumba$s that many of the motorcycle fatalities are the riders fault. But instead, he sees only 'idiots in cages trying to run me down', and bravely volunteers to beat up those who dare to cut him off.
Based on the posts of motorcycle riders in this forum, I'm forced to conclude that there are a lot of dumb riders living at a ridiculous level of denial. No wonder so many riders don't see the wisdom of wearing a helmet.