Riding along the Monash Freeway in the left lane yesterday afternoon, wind blowing a gale, truck on my right, tailgater behind me, cars everywhere. Passing the onramp of Jacksons Rd, taxi coming on followed about two car lengths by white station-wagon ford. Experience told me not to accelerate and let the taxi merge in front as he was coming on at great knots and I couldnâ€™t see him slowing down at all. Station-wagon accelerated as well merging into my left almost pinning me between himself and the truck on my right. All this at 100km/hr. I looked to see cager with a smirk on his face. I decelerated slowly, ignoring the fact that if I extended my right hand I would touch the truck and if I extended my left I would touch station-wagon side window. Cager behind me luckily reduced speed to allow me to fall back. Chased cager up the Springvale off-ramp and when he stopped at the lights, go off my bike and explained to him that I could have died with the stupid thing he did. He looked at me without saying anything. I was so shaken, I went home (even though I had to go to another meeting at my workâ€™s Heatherton Office) and polished the bike â€“ therapy. This morning, I called the cops and even though I tried to memorise the number plate of cager, it left my mind. Cops told me that if stupid behaviours happen, to get the number plate and to place a report with them. Donâ€™t know what the outcome would be but I will make sure such thing never happens again. I was thinking how I could have avoided that situation and it seems next time I will just slow down and allow cagers to all get in front of me or alternatively, stick to the middle lanes and fuâ€”k cagers if they want to pass me, they can just go around me. Anyway, if anyone has any suggestions as to what I should have done or what I need to do in the future to avoid such a situation, please let me know as this event really shook me up and I came so very close to getting hurt.