Dear Learner Rider, I thought you were going to die this morning, or at least get seriously hurt. You came down the left turn lane on Carlisle Ave in Mt Druitt and proceeded to cut in to go straight. You did this in the middle of the intersection - what the hell were you thinking??? Were you trying to filter?? Epic fail. Then you went into the left lane, and at the roundabout you turned right.. This would have worked out for you if the lane didn't immediately stop on the other side and you were going fast enough to get in front of us.. Didn't you wonder why everyone stayed to the right? Did you even think at all? Why did you ride beside the van on a one lane road? Yes, it was only for a minute but dude!! All it took was for that van to swerve and you would have been flying over the armco..or worse..you could have been killed! You get to the next roundabout and turn left. This would have been great, except you ..err..filtered<?> and turned left with a car beside you on the right... What part of one lane road do you not get??? Just because you're on a bike it doesnt make you special - follow the road rules mate! Lucky the cagers around you let you in or you would have ended up in the bushes. We travel up the road a bit, which turns into 2 lanes... One lane to go straight (where you and I were riding) and one lane to turn right onto the M4. I tried to catch up to you thinking if I caught you at the next lights I'd have a word. But no, that wasn't meant to be. I saw your right indicator come on. I was starting to become scared for you, and scared for the people around you - and then..you did it... Something I thought I'd never see - you turned right from the left lane beside the traffic -BESIDE the traffic!!??!! I turned away..I couldn't watch.. But I hope you made it around and to your destination.. I did have my camera on, and I will probably post some stills from it when I get home, in hope that you are reading this and can see how dangerous you are to yourself and every other road user out there. We're only here once mate - learn to ride safe or get off the road.