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Never bring a bike to a car fight

2andblue

Member
Member
No idea what drove such poor behavior from the motorcyclists, however, how about not getting into a fight period.

If you cannot drive defensively and tuck the ego away either 1) your number is coming up quickly or 2) you better stop riding motorcycles (if you wish to reach an average expected age) or you’ve been lucky and see point one…

These bad relationships that escalate quickly equal dead people quickly. Please be the one that helps a fellow motorcyclist not die.

Mistakes happen, move on and enjoy your bike another day.

Wayne, Carol & Blue
 

Murph

Crotch Rocket
Industry Vendor
Wonder how the twitter feed would have went if the SUV driver hopped out and used the stand your ground position and offed people attacking his property.

Murph
 

Strawboss

Member
Member
To add, always remember, especially now, there are 10 pairs of eyes on you no matter where you are and at least 5 phones recording, this was just one person that posted this, I'm sure there were many more that recorded some if not all of this and what happened prior to where we came in, there's always "the rest of the story". You aren't going to win fighting a car no matter who is at fault.
 
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