I was browsing through the new edition of Motor this morning, and noticed several letters to the editor about bikes and lanesplitting. Seems David Morley wrote a column about the merits of lanesplitting a couple of months ago, and the letters are readers' comments. An interesting illustration of drivers' attitudes... One letter's in favour of it, on the basis that it's safer for bikes to be at the front of the queue when the lights turn green. The others offer predictable rants about queue-jumping and drivers having to make allowances for the deficiencies of riders' choice of transport (comfort and safety)???!!! Also some comments on road rage (it seems Morley wrote about removing someone's mirror). Probably worth a quick look, if only to remind yourself of what we're dealing with on this issue.