. . . and also why we should be licenced, ride a registered bike, and get some training! (Watch the video to the end for why.) http://video.news.com.au/1898764272/Miraculous-escape He locked up the rear wheel, so probably wasn't using the front properly. He left a big gap in front when he braked, instead of using all the available space and allowing more space for the car behind him to stop. He didn't try to swerve into the gap between cars in front of him, which he should have done after releasing the locked rear brake and front, if he was using it. Discuss.