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Posted: 1/18/2015 5:03:28 PM EST
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.



Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:06:04 PM EST
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.
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Thank you for clarification. They were in the wrong. Motorcycles don't own the road. We are allowed to take up some space on the road that cars cant go, but we still have to obey the law.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:06:18 PM EST
Respect the HoG, bro
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:07:29 PM EST
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Originally Posted By boman250:


Thank you for clarification. They were in the wrong. Motorcycles don't own the road. We are allowed to take up some space on the road that cars cant go, but we still have to obey the law.
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Originally Posted By boman250:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.


Thank you for clarification. They were in the wrong. Motorcycles don't own the road. We are allowed to take up some space on the road that cars cant go, but we still have to obey the law.
I couldn't see the front of him, so I might have missed a few more HD accessories.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:08:24 PM EST
Dutchbags? Motorcyclists come from Holland?
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:11:12 PM EST
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Originally Posted By RikWriter:
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Get with the times bro

Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:11:12 PM EST
Those damn motorcycles, just terrible.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:12:04 PM EST


I will not tolerate such dutchbaggery.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:13:17 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:13:40 PM EST
OP said "dutchbag".

Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:14:13 PM EST
German bags are much better than dutchbags.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:14:14 PM EST
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.
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No we are not all douchebags. Sounds like you ran into a group of weekend riders who were cruising somehweres they didn't know too well. I can tell you first hand that when you get a bunch of dumbasses together in a group their poor riding skills are compounded. The group leader probably wasn't compensating for the pack behind him either. I've run into this and said fuck it a couple times and blew past the group leader because he was doing stupid shit that was going to get people killed. I rarely ride in groups now because of this and if I do its with a small handful of other experienced riders. We certainly don't ride around like we own the road thats for sure. Only the asshats have that mentality.

Keep it classy and try not to kill them.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:14:46 PM EST
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Originally Posted By NY_Shooter:
OP said "dutchbag".

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Reported.

Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:16:55 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:17:21 PM EST
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
...group...
...Harley Davidson...
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Enough said.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:18:17 PM EST
Not all motorcycle riders, just those who ride a Harley Davidson motorcycle (who am I kidding, most of the sport bike guys too)
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:19:43 PM EST
Yeah some are real dbags bunch of idiots...think they rule the road
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:21:05 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Meanj82:


No we are not all douchebags. Sounds like you ran into a group of weekend riders who were cruising somehweres they didn't know too well. I can tell you first hand that when you get a bunch of dumbasses together in a group their poor riding skills are compounded. The group leader probably wasn't compensating for the pack behind him either. I've run into this and said fuck it a couple times and blew past the group leader because he was doing stupid shit that was going to get people killed. I rarely ride in groups now because of this and if I do its with a small handful of other experienced riders. We certainly don't ride around like we own the road thats for sure. Only the asshats have that mentality.

Keep it classy and try not to kill them.
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Originally Posted By Meanj82:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.


No we are not all douchebags. Sounds like you ran into a group of weekend riders who were cruising somehweres they didn't know too well. I can tell you first hand that when you get a bunch of dumbasses together in a group their poor riding skills are compounded. The group leader probably wasn't compensating for the pack behind him either. I've run into this and said fuck it a couple times and blew past the group leader because he was doing stupid shit that was going to get people killed. I rarely ride in groups now because of this and if I do its with a small handful of other experienced riders. We certainly don't ride around like we own the road thats for sure. Only the asshats have that mentality.

Keep it classy and try not to kill them.

Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:21:50 PM EST
Pass the dutchie...mon
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:22:05 PM EST
Know the difference between a harley and a vacuum cleaner?
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:25:30 PM EST
I didn't even read it but the picture is a nice touch.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:27:16 PM EST
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Originally Posted By filthyphil:
Know the difference between a harley and a vacuum cleaner?
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No, but I'm guessing it has something to do with sucking?
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:28:30 PM EST
Dutchbags? No, a lot of us are Scotch bonnets or even Les Sacs Francais.

Next question...
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:28:53 PM EST
Shouldn't have given them an inch.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:29:39 PM EST
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Originally Posted By killuminati:
German bags are much better than dutchbags.
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Deutschebags.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:29:49 PM EST
Fags.....
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:29:56 PM EST
Never, Ever, call a Dutchbag's companion "Old Lady"

Not.Even.If.You're a Dutchbag's "Bro"
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:31:11 PM EST
We've got a very similar intersection here in town with the dotted lines through the intersection. I avoid it like the plague because everyone get in the left lane and (it's a right turn) and cuts the lines because the left lane goes in another direction after the turn. I've actually gotten into yelling contests with hood rats that tried to cut me off in the turn.
I just go a different route now to avoid assholes that cannot follow the fucking lines painted on the damned road. Only problem is, my alternative route takes me onto a dangerous interstate entrance ramp that no one can ever seem to do over 45MPH on, and it's on a blind curve so oncoming interstate traffic cannot merge left soon enough.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:31:24 PM EST



Oddly, I know that is on San Benito Street
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:32:50 PM EST
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Originally Posted By boman250:


Thank you for clarification. They were in the wrong. Motorcycles don't own the road. We are allowed to take up some space on the road that cars cant go, but we still have to obey the law.
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Originally Posted By boman250:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.


Thank you for clarification. They were in the wrong. Motorcycles don't own the road. We are allowed to take up some space on the road that cars cant go, but we still have to obey the law.

Not, same laws apply period.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:32:59 PM EST
TL:DR;

people suck at turning left when two left turn lanes are present, OP thinks it's motorcycle riders.


Not harley riders, surely not all bike riders certainly not me.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:33:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By cedjunior:

No, but I'm guessing it has something to do with sucking?
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Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Originally Posted By filthyphil:
Know the difference between a harley and a vacuum cleaner?

No, but I'm guessing it has something to do with sucking?


The Harley can carry two dirtbags.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:35:08 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Meanj82:


No we are not all douchebags. Sounds like you ran into a group of weekend riders who were cruising somehweres they didn't know too well. I can tell you first hand that when you get a bunch of dumbasses together in a group their poor riding skills are compounded. The group leader probably wasn't compensating for the pack behind him either. I've run into this and said fuck it a couple times and blew past the group leader because he was doing stupid shit that was going to get people killed. I rarely ride in groups now because of this and if I do its with a small handful of other experienced riders. We certainly don't ride around like we own the road thats for sure. Only the asshats have that mentality.

Keep it classy and try not to kill them.
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Originally Posted By Meanj82:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.


No we are not all douchebags. Sounds like you ran into a group of weekend riders who were cruising somehweres they didn't know too well. I can tell you first hand that when you get a bunch of dumbasses together in a group their poor riding skills are compounded. The group leader probably wasn't compensating for the pack behind him either. I've run into this and said fuck it a couple times and blew past the group leader because he was doing stupid shit that was going to get people killed. I rarely ride in groups now because of this and if I do its with a small handful of other experienced riders. We certainly don't ride around like we own the road thats for sure. Only the asshats have that mentality.

Keep it classy and try not to kill them.

Why even ride in groups, thats just gay.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:35:08 PM EST
Do you have to wear those wooden shoes when you ride to be considered a dutchbag?
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:36:13 PM EST
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Originally Posted By nchapa:

Not same laws apply period.
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Originally Posted By nchapa:
Originally Posted By boman250:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.


Thank you for clarification. They were in the wrong. Motorcycles don't own the road. We are allowed to take up some space on the road that cars cant go, but we still have to obey the law.

Not same laws apply period.


Staggering, tandem, and in some places lane splitting. Only problem is that most riders don't do any of these things in the correct manner.

There's a reason I run up to the mountains to play on two wheels....
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:36:23 PM EST
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Originally Posted By CarbineDad:
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/e0/a3/03/e0a303e23abcf3e465e0568dce23324c.jpg


Oddly, I know that is on San Benito Street
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I read somewhere that that photo was staged.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:38:56 PM EST
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Originally Posted By RDTCU:


The Harley can carry two dirtbags.
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Originally Posted By RDTCU:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Originally Posted By filthyphil:
Know the difference between a harley and a vacuum cleaner?

No, but I'm guessing it has something to do with sucking?


The Harley can carry two dirtbags.

Close.
Where the dirtbag (or dutchbag) goes
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Originally Posted By nchapa:

Why even ride in groups, thats just gay.
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Originally Posted By Meanj82:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.


No we are not all douchebags. Sounds like you ran into a group of weekend riders who were cruising somehweres they didn't know too well. I can tell you first hand that when you get a bunch of dumbasses together in a group their poor riding skills are compounded. The group leader probably wasn't compensating for the pack behind him either. I've run into this and said fuck it a couple times and blew past the group leader because he was doing stupid shit that was going to get people killed. I rarely ride in groups now because of this and if I do its with a small handful of other experienced riders. We certainly don't ride around like we own the road thats for sure. Only the asshats have that mentality.

Keep it classy and try not to kill them.

Why even ride in groups, thats just gay.
Their destination


Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:40:03 PM EST
you know the difference between a harley and a vacuum cleaner?
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:40:32 PM EST
We don't have that problem this time of year.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:41:29 PM EST
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Are all motorcycle riders such dutchbags?
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What's a dutchbag?

Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:41:44 PM EST
I met some guys while I was stopped at a rest area. They said it was nice to meet a Ducati rider that wasn't a douche bag.
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The harley can carry 2 dirtbags?
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I read somewhere that that photo was staged.
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Originally Posted By CarbineDad:
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/e0/a3/03/e0a303e23abcf3e465e0568dce23324c.jpg


Oddly, I know that is on San Benito Street


I read somewhere that that photo was staged.



Well, the paper/Life photop got the biker to ham it up in the middle of the Holister Riot.

Looking for that one, I ran across this alternate shot

Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:47:11 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:49:48 PM EST
I've driven a motorcycle across the world. I'm not dutch but I'm pretty awesome.
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Staggering, tandem, and in some places lane splitting. Only problem is that most riders don't do any of these things in the correct manner.

There's a reason I run up to the mountains to play on two wheels....
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Originally Posted By nchapa:
Originally Posted By boman250:
Originally Posted By cedjunior:
Do they always think they're kings of the road?

I'm on my way to work today and I come up on this intersection, Regal Row and Harry Hines, and there's a group of weekend warrior bikers and their old ladies (literally) waiting at the light. Most of them were in the left lane on RR so I switched over to the right lane (X). Both lanes turn left.

http://i.imgur.com/Dmqlx1h.jpg

Those dotted lines in the intersection are actually on the pavement. You'd think that would mean that vehicles on the inside lane turning left turn into the inside lane, but it doesn't. The light turns green and the motorcycles in the inside lane decide they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes but oops, my car is in their way. So then they go all "OMG, can't you see we're on motorcycles!" as if I was trying to hit them. One guy in particular didn't like this, and when I put on my blinker and tried to move from the center to the right lane after the turn he sped up and got on my right next to me. I managed to get behind him and got stuck at the next signal where I got to admire his Harley Davidson bandana, Harley Davidson leather jacket, and several Harley Davidson patches sewn into his jacket, while he tried to talk shit to me. They were all going to Strokers, probably to circle jerk each other.


Thank you for clarification. They were in the wrong. Motorcycles don't own the road. We are allowed to take up some space on the road that cars cant go, but we still have to obey the law.

Not same laws apply period.


Staggering, tandem, and in some places lane splitting. Only problem is that most riders don't do any of these things in the correct manner.

There's a reason I run up to the mountains to play on two wheels....


Yes, We still have to follow the rules though. Car drivers don't always follow the rules either. I had a guy pass me in my lane a week ago. No reason for him to do that.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:51:31 PM EST
It's not only motorcycles that do that. EVERYONE drifts out into the next lane on those multi lane left turns. There's one of those right by my house and it happens 90% of the time. I can't believe I haven't been in an accident yet.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:52:54 PM EST
"""""" they want to make a wide turn into the middle and right lanes """"""

Harleys, In capable of making anything BUT a wide turn, if that.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:55:34 PM EST
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Originally Posted By TheNuge:
It's not only motorcycles that do that. EVERYONE drifts out into the next lane on those multi lane left turns. There's one of those right by my house and it happens 90% of the time. I can't believe I haven't been in an accident yet.
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Yeah, I encounter people in cars that make that turn wide every day. If they're far enough ahead of me or behind me I don't care, but when they do it right in front of me cutting me off I honk at em. Difference is they usually get why they were wrong, or at least don't act like you invaded their precious little safety bubble that being on a motorcycle entitles one to.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 5:58:17 PM EST
1/10

More of a whine than a rant. (-3)

Asked a question you already knew the answer to. I've seen gun owners do stupid shit. Does that mean we are all "dutchbags" too? (-3)

Dutchbag...nuff said. (-3)


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