I made an inital post about Q-Ride post in the cruiser forum https://netrider.net.au/forums/viewtopic.php?t=42755 but since then have started training. This morning at 730 am 6 of us started our session. We spent the bulk of the day doing emergency braking, slow riding, slaloms, etc before heading out onto the Gold Coast roads. We had a great time doing mainly about 60km/h. On the return we detoured via Nerang Railway Station where there is a 40 km.h zone. At a roundabout there was a staionary white Commodore stopped ON THE ROUNDABOUT with the passenger door open whilst somebody chatted to the driver. The instuctor blasted her horn and nothing happened so we then attempted to go around the moron. I blasted my horn as I passed but mentally prepared myself to stop if something happened. Another 2 bikes followed me until moron decides to pull out into the stream of bikes with no warning. Bike #4 attempts to take action but in doing so over accelerates whilst swerving and heads towards the railway station fence. In a brave move he jumps the bike and the bike slams down on the road and he lands on his head. I am now 100 metres ahead but see what happens in my mirror. I hit the kill switch and quickly remembering to make sure the bike stand is down (remembering this is not a push bike) and run back to the scene. The rider is on his back and I go through the obvious first aid issues. Manage to get him up and and apart from a bit of a fright and a few obvious potential pain issues he was ok. The bike is pretty much in one peice although damaged. Cut a long story short it was until we got back that I asked somebody what happened to the driver. It didn't even occur to me that he had just taken off. I can't believe the driver couldn't possibly have not known what happened. Whate effectively occured was a failure to stop at the scene of an accident. Even though the car and bike did not make contact I would argue that moron caused the accident. It was only 3 minutes ago whlist doing 60 I passed a parked car and thought hell that would hurt if I hit it and then this happens. I suggested maybe the railways had a video camera there to get the reg# but I doubt it. The rider of the bike was ok, but I am quite sure now that he is home he is in some degree of shock. It certianly shook us all up a bit and I just hope the rider is handling it ok.