Elderly Man Mistakenly Hits Biker Who Then Enters Hulk Smash Mode

If you ride a motorcycle, you’ll know that you have to be hyper-aware of everything that’s going on around you to avoid disaster and unpredictable drivers. Sadly for this biker, even that couldn’t save him from an elderly driver.

This clip from the U.S, filmed from a helmet camera of the motorcyclist, shows him waiting at an intersection and making way for a yellow Chrysler PT Cruiser to turn into the street he is pulling out of.

However, the driver of the Chrysler misjudged the turn and hit the side of the motorbike, pushing the biker over who responded with fury and aggression.

The instant he topples over, the biker gets up and sprints towards the PT Cruiser, smashing the driver’s side window with his palms. It’s only then that you realize the driver was an elderly gentlemen who appears to get the fright of his life as shattered glass sprays him in the face and the biker starts to unleash a verbal tirade on him.

Unfortunately, the video cuts out, but in a YouTube comment, the biker says he got the man’s insurance information and had his motorcycle fixed. Curiously, there’s no mention of who had to pay to fix the Chrysler’s window.

Nevertheless, it’s obvious that the elderly gentlemen shouldn’t be driving anymore if he can’t spot a bike, while the biker definitely needs to act calmer as well.


  • Loquacious Borborygmus

    I think the old guy’s problem is that he didn’t realise the biker would have such anger management issues.

    • Mynameis Taylor

      that old man didn’t even realize he’d hit the biker.. he only stopped because the biker as yelling and running. Which is why he was so scared and confused. kinda funny

  • Christian

    To be fair… The PT Crusier front pillar can be tricky to see from… He was at the cars bad angle… Can’t blame him!

    • Mynameis Taylor

      um, yes you CAN blame him: 1, for being a bad driver making such a lousy turn, and 2, for driving a PT Cruiser

  • Brent Morrison

    I would rather see after the video is over… But of course that wouldn’t happen.

  • Status

    Yes, the biker has the video of the driver hitting him. Now he needs to ask himself:

    Was he injured by the accident?
    Does he require medical attention?
    Does the bike have cosmetic damage?
    Does the bike have any significant damage that would compromises its operation?
    Is the bike a write off?

    If he answered ‘yes’ to anyone of those questions, then the driver would be liable. But since the video is evidence that the biker wasn’t injured, not in need of medical attention, and that the bike only suffered cosmetic damage, the biker is more of an asshole then a victim as he is unquestionably liable for breaking the window.

    So what’s gonna who more? The driver paying to reattach the bike mirror, or the biker paying to replacing the window of the PT Cruiser?

    Either way, I’m not feeling any sympathy for the biker.

  • TheBelltower

    The biker should have been arrested for assault. I’m not forgiving the stupidity of the older man, but it was an unintentional collision and he stopped after he rounded the corner. It’s completely unacceptable to get violent in this type of situation.

    • Brent Morrison

      Biker needs to relax… and let insurance handle it. What ever happened to compassion? I’m pretty sure the driver didn’t mean to swipe considering the speed of the car and how he turned.

    • Bo Hanan

      In the moment the biker reacted. have you ever been so close to getting hurt and got angry. Try to think about it like a man would.

      • TheBelltower

        I was rear ended in January in a car that had owned for less than three weeks by as brainless b!tch who was instagramming after her yoga class. Needless to say I was pissed. Yet I managed keep myself together and not beat the sh!t out of her driver’s door. Just because someone wrongs you doesn’t mean that you are permitted to go ballistic.

        • Bo Hanan

          Ok Cher.

          • TheBelltower

            How did you know?

        • Mynameis Taylor

          sorry, but getting hit while your on a bike and getting rear ended is not the same thing. If I’m standing still and a man hits me while and I have to run after him to make him stop, THEN I’D BE PISSED….if the biker wasn’t running and yelling, the PT Cruiser wouldn’t have stopped. That old man didn’t even know he hit the biker… WHICH IS EVEN MORE INFURIATING

    • Mynameis Taylor

      assault for what? he broke the window….He didn’t HIT anyone

      • TheBelltower

        Look up “assault.”

  • дапвт

    The biker also didn’t stop before the stop line as he should’ve.

    • Bo Hanan

      Regardless- defensive-driving anticipating and adjusting to driving conditions. And the biker was not at fault here. Fool!

      • дапвт

        Nice try. Do you even know what defensive driving is? Here is a hint. Crossing the stop line is not part of it.

      • Status

        Breaking a window seems like something that you can pin on the biker. Getting scrapped by the PT Cruiser doesn’t automatically grant the biker the right to act like an asshole and start smashing other peoples property in retaliation.

        • LeStori

          Both are guilty. One one of dangerous driving, the other of wilfull malicious damage. “Book them Dano”

      • LeStori

        The biker should have anticipated people cutting the corner. He was siting essentially on the yellow dividing line . Right where a car cutting the corner would drive. This does not mean he is at fault, just he increased his chances of being hit by a turning car. Too many people cut corners . If you havebad driving behaviour when you are young, it is not going to get better with age. More likely to get worse.

    • LeStori

      He also stopped almost on the yellow dividing line. Knowing a lot of people deliberately cut corners, it was a stupid situation to place yourself.

  • Plutonium

    What? Whaat? Did I do thaaat?
    Maybe it’s pt cruiser driver’s time to evoluate his driving skills and field of vision. Or worse, give up driving. He is dangerous to others and to himself.
    Bike rider in the other hand… cool it.

  • Bo Hanan

    I am NOT a biker and that clown needs a beating.
    I live in Florida and I am so tired of older-retired-senile people driving reckless and expecting the rest of us to just look the other way.

  • cooper

    Was the biker arrested?

    • LeStori

      He should be. He has supplied the evidence of his criminal damage etc

  • Ken Lyns

    Old guy’s biggest problem is driving that PT Loser.

  • Craig

    I wouldn’t want that jackass [the BIKER] having my home address.

  • Liam Paul

    the rider was past the white line both on the side and the front. he left himself wide open to getting hit, no I am not excusing the car driver for not looking and paying attention but come on, you have to ride to protect yourself, you should always be in the middle of a lane on a motorcycle, not on the side of a white line putting yourself in danger. this video should be used in motorcycle safety classes

    • Emoto

      Twice in this thread so far has being in the middle of your lane been recommended. Sorry, but that is very bad advice, except under limited circumstances which this doesn’t match. The center of the lane, especially at intersections or traffic lights, is where all of the oil and other fluids from cars drips and collects. This often makes that area very greasy and dangerous to a motorcycle.

      The motorcycle should be placed where the driver’s side wheel of the car would roll. The passenger side wheel track area is also ok – one chooses based upon visibility, sight lines, and perceived threats.

      The old man should be off the road, and the rider issued some sort of citation for property damage.

  • Mynameis Taylor

    honestly, maybe he didn’t realize it was an old man… because it seemed for a moment the driver was driving off.. but maybe the biker calmed down after. Sorry, I’d be annoyed that the man hit me, OLD, YOUNG, MAN OR WOMAN.. that being said, I’m not the type to react in violence. But………..had he not ran after the car, that old man would have kept on going.

  • Bo Hanan

    I assure you the biker would win this in court. The biker was stationary and the driver had plenty of visibility and time to react-adjust. “2 wrongs making a right???” And the old man cut his turn to short. The bike was also on the driver side of the car.

  • Bo Hanan

    Kiss ma ass Liam.

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