Woman in car tries to overtake motorcyclist.

EDIT: Let me make something clear, the woman did nothing wrong but as you can see after I pass her, I have much more room in front and behind´╗┐ me this way. I'm sure you can see (judging on the van behind me and the point at which she has to merge in) how little room I would have otherwise. The purpose of posting the video was merely to check the camera angle and to test the camera settings after YT compression. The title is to gain viewers (although I never expected it to´╗┐ reach the amount it has so far). If you come here to cry like a little baby, move on. If you dislike it, dislike it. If you like it, like it. It's all the same to me. Although there is a light saber showing, most comments seem to be positive and don't take it too seriously. Good for you. :) Hello everybody. I'm doing some trials on my helmet setup to get the angle just right. I think I finally got it (after having to modify my helmet). Here's a short video of me riding with a K7 GSX-R 1000 (to all the Gixxer fans out there, you'll get to see more of him soon). Want to see us cruising in and around Amsterdam? Subscribe! Now to all my new viewers , if you have any requests regarding how to do maintenance, riding, counter steering, riding in the rain etc. etc. etc. Please subscribe and leave a comment. I'll try to get a video up to answer any global (or perhaps really specific) questions. Thanks!

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