Monday may 2 my birthday Beautiful day, i thought i'm gonna ride to work cos its such a gorgeous day and i just wanna ride, stuff it its my birthday. I cruise along riding sensibly, lapping up the sun and the wind. Not overtaking anyone just hanging back, enjoying the day. ' I approach an intersection which just happens to split into two lanes. The car i had been travelling behind for quite sometime, who was doing 70-80 in a 60 zone i might add. veers in the left lane while i continue travelling in the right lane. I approach i red light and slowely pull up to prepare for the stop. All of a sudden the elderly driver of the car i had been travelling behind decided to very quickly change lanes and pull in front of me (although he could still right turn from the left lane he was already in). this caused me to have to do a sudden stop. I didnt understand why he did that. I women pulled up beside me and commented on how he had behaved. I agreed and looked at the driver via his mirrors. He was looking at me and laughing. I then proceeded to slowely move up the right side of him so i could move up in front of him as i was a little concerned about his actions. Then the lights changed, and the driver of the white mazda which happened to have a disabled lable affixed to the windscreen, steered his car infront of me to the extent that i again had to sudden brake to avoid hitting his car. i then stalled the bike, and was very peeeeeved offffff. i restarted her quickly and continued to attempt to turn right, the driver managed to block me so i could not get around the corner. as i revved the bike to take off the front wheel had lifted and by the time i tried to get around the corner although i was practically sideways to try and make the right hand turn i just couldnt do it. another car that was watching what was happening and travelling in the left lane just happened to be a foot to far forward and my front wheel hit. i was thrown from my bike and as i rolled across nepean hwy i watched my bike slide away from me. Four cars that had seen what had happened stopped to help me. The driver who caused the accident failed to stop. He just kept going. Didnt even check to see if i was dead or not. I expect he just drove away laughing. I find this kind of thing unacceptable. We just arnt safe out there. I wanna warn anyone who lives in chelsea - mordialloc to be aware of the old man who like to run bikers of the road. My bike is in really bad shape guys , this prick has put me off the road. Im lucky i was covered in leather from neck to toe, no scratches but very sore insides if you know what i mean. If anyone has a windsheild for a yamaha fzr250 i would really like to buy it of you.