I cover about 800kms/week on average, doing sport-touring duties. Overall I see an awful lot of the good and bad in the behavior of other road users, so much so that it takes something pretty momentous for me to even remark on what other people do. On Sunday, it wasn't the oncoming car cutting the corner almost the entire way into my line so much so that I was on the inside edge white line as the car's side-view mirror almost grazed my outside knee. That sort of stuff happens often enough that I ride accordingly and thus far, (touching wood as I say this) have managed to avoid contact with another vehicle. Still, I do feel that I need to comment on the behavior of bicycle riders coming down from Kinglake to St Andrews. These guys are constantly cutting right to the inside of the right-handers (left-handers in my direction), so much so that I had to take evasive action on six separate occasions to avoid having a $10,000 bit of titanium, carbon fibre, and aluminium try to graft itself onto my bike as a new form of sculpture. Such a contact isn't going to hurt me an awful lot, but if my rear wheel or outside footpeg catches onto one of these guys, it's going to send them flying or rip a 1-inch wide gash through their leg if they hit the footpeg. Don't know. What am I wanting here? I'm quite a liberal sort and believe that so long as you're in control, in your own lane, and driving/riding to the conditions, then you're not really being dangerous regardless of the actual speed you're doing. To me, danger on the road is not determined by a speed limit, but rather by your road-craft (or lack thereof). Danger to me is when you're starting to rely on others to compensate for your presence. If none of these cyclists have been seriously hurt or killed yet, I'd say that it's only a short matter of time if they keep cutting to the inside of the oncoming lane around low-vision corners. Meh. Nothing that can be done about it I guess. They probably weren't speeding, and law enforcement seems to take the attitude of it being better to shut some road down so bike riders can have their fun rather than expecting bike riders to remain safely in their own lane.