The Biker Who Rode For His Life Has Just Uploaded This Shocking ‘How It Started’ Video

Last night, we brought you shocking scenes of a biker who had to ride for his life. How it all started remained unclear, but now we can see that the driver was at fault!

Yesterday, we showed you shocking footage of a biker who had to ride for his life after a bald-headed car driver was quite clearly intent on running him off the road and doing him some damage. This being the internet, people assumed that the biker must have done something to provoke the man (just take a look at the YouTube comments), but it turns out that the car driver was simply a short-tempered douchebag who was having a seriously bad day.

As you can see in the video, the biker pulls in front of the car at a set of traffic lights (this is legal in many areas, but not all). Clearly not happy with the biker’s decision to do so, the driver pulls away from the lights hard, giving little room to the man on two wheels. The biker then races off down the road (at well over 100mph), and when the pair meet again at the next intersection, that’s where the aggression really kicks off. The man on the bike gives the driver the finger, the driver vomits some bad words and then, which is the real turning point, the biker smacks the guy’s mirror. That’s where things turn nasty and is the result of the shocking footage you watched last night:

So in conclusion: The driver is the main party at fault, but the biker did himself no favours in hitting the man’s car. Sometimes (actually always), it’s better to avoid confrontation and simply ride to the nearest cop shop.

After all, this biker had all the footage he needed to ensure that the driver got what he deserved. What do you guys make of these events in light of this newly-released footage?

Thanks to CTzen Lucas Thezolin for the info and video footage (the biker is his mechanic).

8 Comments on The Biker Who Rode For His Life Has Just Uploaded This Shocking ‘How It Started’ Video

  1. JANICE MENUNZIO // December 14, 2016 at 7:09 pm //

    IN CANADA I KNOW THE BIKE WAS IN THE WRONG FOR SPLITTING LANES. IT STATES IN THE DRIVERS MANUAL THAT IT IS ILLEGAL TO SHARE ONES LANE UNLESS WITH ANOTHER MOTORCYCLE BUDDY. IN CANADA THE BIKE WOULD OF BEEN IN SOME DITCH SOMEWHERE BECAUSE CANADIANS DRIVE MORE FULL SIZED VECHICALS THAN MOST. I HAVE RIDDEN ALL OVER NORTH AMERICA ON MY FATBOY SO I AM VERY AWARE OF THE BIKE LAWS AS WELL.THE BIKER SHOULDN’T BE SPITTING LANES. BACK IN CANADA HE WOULD BE CHARGED FOR EXCESSIVE SPEEDING WITH A POSSABLE SUSPENSION PLUS THE COST OF THE TOW TRUCK TO TAKE THE BIKE TO THE COMPOUND AND NOT TO MENTION DRIVING WITH RECKLESS REGARD FOR HUMAN LIFE. AND THE CAR WOULD BE GETTING THE VERY SAME CHARGE FOR FEEDING INTO EACH OTHERS LONG COCKING.

  2. That’s just one more reason to carry a gun . That’s attempted murder .

  3. John Bonner // December 15, 2016 at 12:11 am //

    I have been a biker all my life. The biker was at fault from the beginning by cutting up the middle of the lanes. The other driver shouldn’t have pursued him but thi SC kind of shit give bikers ax bad name. Any car could have drifted to left and hit the biker and I’m sure he would have sued. He had no business being in those lanes. I see a young kid every week on a crotch rocket that weaves from the far right into whatever space he can get to pass. The sound of his engine roaring in the breakdown lane scared the shit of me one day and I almost turned right into him. He will die one of these days. I’ve been a biker for 45 years but this biker was wrong.

  4. kristoff VonMann // December 15, 2016 at 2:24 am //

    Or just pull over and when the guy gets out of his vehicle, remove your helmet, use it to smash in his skull to avoid further issues, and then take his watch, cash, or whatever pays for your time and inconvenience, and ride away. Leave his body there for public services to deal with. That’s what taxes are for.

  5. Biker should not of split lanes. And flipped him off. I think he should of not act like a asshole it makes all of us look bad.

  6. Joseph Kempskiz // December 15, 2016 at 12:51 pm //

    Personally the bike rider rode like an asshole. Maybe if he followed the rules of the road he would not have had a problem. Yes I ride.

  7. The biker is clearly at fault … should have let the guy go at the first light, but had to prove his badass attitude by showing off and being typically stupid as a lot of bikers are ….

  8. the entire episode could have been avoided if the biker had simply let the dude get around him. just slow down, avoid the hassle. I have ridden for 37 years and patience is what keeps riders alive.

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