Hey, This morning I was riding my motorbike to work and noticed some bicycles cutting across lanes (seemingly) without looking. This got me thinking; if I was riding my motorbike (which I pay CTP on as a part of my rego) and a bicycle rider comes out of nowhere and I hit him, who is liable for the damages done to my body? Main Roads website says that ctp "indemnifies vehicle owners and drivers who are legally liable for personal injury to any other party in the event of a motor vehicle accident." ( http://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Registrat...tering-motor-vehicles-and-motorbikes.aspx#ctp ) Since I pay CTP with rego, the bicycle rider is covered for his/her injuries. The bicycle rider pays no CTP (no rego) so what happens to me? Thanks, Hugh P.s. I know the situation I have stated above is extremely unlikely and I would of course be looking out for anything like that, but I am human and I can miss things. I just want to know where we stand legally. P.p.s I also did a search for a similar topic but the search tool showed 0 results. Sorry if something similar has been asked already.