Rider Doesn’t Wait For Crash To Be Over Before Flipping Off Driver At Fault

In situations such as these, most people would just hold on for dear life, hoping that they don’t strike something or suffer any injuries after falling off their motorcycle and hitting the tarmac.

Not this guy, though. This rider flipped off the driver who had just knocked him off his bike as soon as he hit the ground and began sliding down the freeway. We reckon that takes a lot of composure, especially as he also uttered some offensive, but fully justified, language.

Of course, he was perfectly justified to use whatever language he deemed fit at that point, seen as how getting knocked off a bike at speed is without a doubt a life or death situation. Not many people can keep calm when facing such odds.

Ultimately, the wet road probably helped in that he would slide easier than if it were dry, as did the fact that the rider kept his arms elevated while gesturing the driver – as far as we can tell, he wasn’t wearing a jacket, or any type of long-sleeve protection.

Now, should have he been riding in such poor weather? Well, bikers can get caught out by weather conditions, and he did mention in the video’s comments section that he was planning on getting off at the next exit and pulling over.

In the end, we’re just happy he’s OK. The driver of the pickup also paid for all damages, which of course is only natural he was the one who caused the crash in the first place.


  • Paul

    Please forgive me for my finger. Let’s just be buds. Hug Hug.

  • Six_Tymes

    too many dumb-asses on the road to own a bike anymore, let alone ride in the rain. glad that biker is OK, and fu to the truck driver for not paying attention

  • Marty

    Ridning half-naked on the freeway he didn’t seem to be that concerned about safety…

  • javier

    the thunder in the backround is trippy, glad the guy is ok

  • brn

    Well controlled slide by the GMC.

  • David

    That is a calm that only comes from YEARS of riding and dealing with distracted/ clueless drivers on a daily basis!!!

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