On Monday Trucallin and I went for a blat around the Spurs, Lake Mountain and then back through King Lake to Heidelberg. What I think in all honesty is a pretty tight road and not what youâ€™d call a noob road. I was riding Point, and came across a Brand Spanking New GSXR600 (You know the new ones with the stubby exhaust) puttering around the corners. The rider had all the signs of having spent less than a week in the saddle (I am not going to conjecture weather they were legally allowed to ride the bike or not but there skill on it (or lack thereof) was scary) I sat back a little for a couple of corners, waiting for them to give me a pass, but they would always use that extra power to get a bit of space in the straights, So I pulled up a little closer and they started riding the line in the straights to make passing difficult (To the point of them going to the wrong side of the road to block me out) eventually I just did a fast exit and powered on out of the corner to be past them before they had fully straitened up the bike when Matty and I caught up after the twisty bits, he had the same story to tell of this guy. Now it is good form to give someone some passing space if they are faster than you, but it is not in any way necessary. But to intentionally block someone out when it is obvious that you are not able to keep a safe lineâ€¦ That is just plain F#$%ing rude (And egotistical) On a side note I had an other encounter with an R6 earlier in the day, Once again I was quicker than this guy (Though only a little) he lead me a merry chase for a while then left me a passing spot on a strait (where he could have powered away). But what I noticed most, is how much better the breaking on the R6 was than on my Little ZZR. I want a bigger bike!