Motorcyclist Twitches on the Road After Sidebone Sends Him Into Guardrail

Motorcyclist Twitches on the Road After Sidebone Sends Him Into Guardrail

With all the dashcams in Russia, I don’t think it pays to pull hit and runs. I hope the coward who dashed away after cutting off this motorcyclist got caught based on the evidence from the dashcam that filmed the accident.

To me the accident clearly looks like a fault of the car that sideboned the motorcyclist. I hate motorcyclists as much as the next guy, but I respect them nevertheless. They are traffic participants as much as everyone else and deserve the same level of respect. Cutting a motorcyclist off just because you’re in a car is cowardly and a sign of inferiority issues. When a driver of a larger vehicle oppressed a driver of a smaller vehicle, he’s compensating for insecurities. It’s like having a seventh grader bully a third grader. Or a pack of five feral apes taking on a lone Jew. Only cowards too useless to take on someone their own size do that.

Poor motorcyclist was pushed into a guardrail by the oppressive car, tried to retain balance as he was being bounced but eventually lost his footing and crashed, hurting himself enough to start convulsing like he was a tribal shaman performing a twitch dance of war. Many cars stopped to see if they could help the motorcyclist – if at least by placing their cars as roadblocks to prevent the motorcyclist from being run over some more. Many stopped, but the coward who caused it fled. I hate fucking cowards:

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62 thoughts on “Motorcyclist Twitches on the Road After Sidebone Sends Him Into Guardrail”

  1. Both road users were to blame, first, neither driver indicated direction. However this is where I have to give it to the car user, the car was clearly in front and yet the motorcyclist was right up its arse, the motorcyclist should have maintained the required space and yet they tried to cut in by undercutting the car behind in the left lane and too close to the car in front.

    So mistakes from both parties however the car driver was, by position, the most correct, just a shame the cunt didn?t bother stopping.

    1. im not saying that your wrong but pay close attention to the video and what i think actually happen is that the car that hit the motorcycle crossed two lines at the same time hitting the guy in the motorcycle think about it he left meaning that hes just some asshole that cant drive for shit because if it would have been both of them fault he would have stay

    2. Having watched the video several times.

      It’s definitely the cars fault. The car crossed 2 lanes of traffic, without signaling and going at an excessive speed. Look at how close the car is to the car it is passing. Insane!

      The motorcyclist looks like he was also speeding, but was in the lane next to the camera-car.

      The motorcyclist is guilty of being a shitty rider and not being aware of idiots (i.e. the black car) around him.

      But the black car was a huge cunt for crossing two lanes of traffic like a complete fucking asshole.

      I hope the driver gets caught and put through a very hard time.

    3. That really does seem to be the case at first, but if you watch very closely, the car is crossing 2 lanes, trying to avoid the car ahead of him. In the meantime, he’s forcing the motorcyle over, right along with him.

  2. Both road users were to blame, first, neither driver indicated direction. However this is where I have to give it to the car user, the car was clearly in front and yet the motorcyclist was right up its arse, the motorcyclist should have maintained the required space and yet they tried to cut in by undercutting the car behind in the left lane and too close to the car in front.

    So mistakes from both parties however the car driver was, by position, the most correct, just a shame the cunt didn?t bother stopping..

      1. Not true the bike was moving faster while applying brakes. He was probably behind dashcam car and decided to overtake so he sped up to overtake when the car was changing lanes. Car didn’t signal and thats wrong also. Just my look on things no need to tell me I’m wrong I can be sure but its how I see things.

        1. These bloody smartphones now make it even more dangerous as you have to look at the screen. While I don’t advocate it, at least with the old style mobile phones you could touch type and thus still be looking at the road. I nearly ran someone over the other day who was texting and crossing the road. Madness

  3. Does anyone care that the biker was trying to pass him while he was in the drivers blind spot. Clearly the vehicle was ahead of the biker so the driver probably didn’t even see him. There was also no collision so its very possible the driver didn’t even get to see his spectacular roll.

  4. I don’t know what’s legal in russia but… if you change more than one lane at a time in california and hit a car you are at fault because it is illegal to change more than one lane at one time. I may be wrong but it seems like the guy in the car got over two lanes with the motorcyclist was only getting over one if any at all.

    1. That’s how I saw it too, the car driver was in too much of a hurry and didn’t want to get caught up behind the traffic that was coming up, totally ignorant of the guy on the bike. Judging by the reactions of the people who stopped it must have been a nasty injury but at least he’s still alive.

  5. The driver of the vehicle is a coward yes. The driver applies brakes and either hears or sees through side/rear view mirror as the cycle rider is being beat senseless by the road divider…but continues on their merry way. Maybe the driver really didn’t know what had happened until hearing or seeing or maybe the driver really wasn’t a coward and drove on laughing like a crazed jester excited for the rest of the day?

  6. Both looked to be speeding and making an unsafe lane change. They tell bikers to drive defensively, this rider clearly was not. I also think there was no collision with the passing car, and driver’s inexperience led to the crash too, couldn’t keep the bike up.

    1. It’s nearly impossible to stabilize a rapidly fish tailing bike without adequate space to maneuver it. I’m stunned this guy stayed upright for as long as he did, especially with rapid-fire blows from the divider posts.

  7. Ive noticed a lot of hating on bikers, kinda curious what the deal is with that. It looks to me like the car changed lanes without looking. I’ve been riding motorcycles about 25 years and I’ve had a few wrecks and a lot of close call just like this happened. Either cages (cars/trucks) not paying attention or just don’t care about running a bike off the road. But be don’t be surprised if that biker you cut off doesn’t pull up next to your window and blow your brains out before you know what’s going on. Just saying it happens

    1. I think it’s some kind of fucked up jealousy thing… “I can’t ride, so I’m gonna hate anyone who does!”

      I have both licenses and had many close calls including one major accident (wish there was video of it).

      Needless to say I always respect and lookout for bikes.

    2. Same here! Sans length of experience. I was in a similar situation a while back… Though I was in the HOV lane, not changing any. Suddenly, a speeding car previously obscured by an SUV abruptly jerked into the lane in front of me-illegally at that (the driver was alone and the lane was “closed”, the next entry point was about five exits down–not close enough to provoke such panicky maneuvering, yet not far enough away to invoke frustration and despair about getting into a faster traffic flow).

      No turn signal of course… even if he had used it, the speed at which he cut me off was too great to perceive, anticipate, and respond accordingly.

      I was incredibly lucky… Between the gravel, cracked road surface of the shoulder, my girly upper body strength, and the fish tailing, I was certain I was going down. The shoulder was broad, thank goodness, so I didn’t wind up being shoved into the cement divider. It all happened so quickly my life couldn’t even flash in front of my eyes.

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