I've heard mixed feedbacks from other riders but I'd like to know what the rest of the 600RR community does.
Yeah I'm always anticipating something to happen on my everyday commute. Even though I avoid a collision I can't help but look at the dumb cager to see the look on their face's. Sometime's they look back as if they did nothing wrong and that's when I know okay this douchebag deserves the finger. To me it's people like that, that are responsible for our injuries and that are most likely to hit us and run.Anticipation is the key. I'm always prepared to swerve. Once you avoid a crash, it feels so good you can't get mad. Cagers are just retarded.
Hmm I never really thought of that, cause today while I was on the freeway some hot blonde chick cut me off and only gave me about a foot of braking distance from her rear bumper. I should have done that instead of flipping her the bird, could have even gotten her number if I could have made her pull over.:icon_lol:Sometimes i give the two fingers to the eyes gesture... "watch out" "pay attention"...
Yep, same here. I expect people to turn into me so I don't give them the opportunity. I'm either in front of them or behind them where they can see me and can't smack me if they swerve really quick.I'm usually pretty alert, so the occasion doesn't come up very often. When it does, I typically just do a headshake and move on. I'm over it pretty quick and don't need to give anybody an excuse to engage in further stupidity.