I mentioned this in another thread, but rather than hijack that one I thought I would make my own. I was on my bike (2010 Fireblade) on the GDE southbound, in the right lane, just before the roadworks at Glenloch Interchange, Approx 8:50am 3rd September 2010. I was tailgated by a silver Honda accord upon entering the roadworks 60 zone (my indicated speed at this point was 65kmh), I tapped rear brake to flash brake light and alert driver that they were too close. He didn't get the message so I turned around to look at him and motion for him to back off a bit so that he knew that he was too close. The driver was male, aged approximately mid forties, there was a young child (maybe 5 or 6 yrs old) in the front passenger seat. The driver continued to tailgate me until just before the physical divider where the road splits to go to either Tuggeranong or the city, suddenly he accellerated hard and passed me on my left partially in my lane before cutting back in and braking heavily, thus causing me to brake heavily. He began gesturing at me as well as swerving side to side and braking heavily again in front of me. There was another car in front of him that he proceeded to tailgate through the roadworks (distance 1m or less) while continuing to gesture at me. When leaving the roadworks the road diverges into three lanes, the driver continued tailgating the car in the right lane, there was another car in the middle lane and I moved to the left lane in order to turn off onto lady denman drive. As I moved up level with the driver he swerved sharply across three lanes into my lane, causing me to e-brake, I felt that this action was deliberately directed at me and he intended to make me crash, it was close enough that I feared for my safety. I followed him until I turned off at cotter road in order to get his details to report him. He continued on the Tuggeranong parkway towards woden. I sent that report (more or less) to the cops, hoping that something would happen to him, at least a talking to. I was obeying the road rules (for once), and I definitely didn’t do anything that would have warranted a reaction like that, I was very annoyed. When reporting the incident I called the police initially, and was instructed to use an online form to submit an incident report, which I did immediately. I was then (after a bit more than a week) sent an email saying that I should call again to make a statement. I called them as instructed but the operator at the number I was given had no idea what I was talking about, she offered to contact the officer who was handling the case and get them to get back to me. I haven't been contacted, so I guess I should be a bit more proactive and show up to the local police station and do it in person. I'm not the sort of person who makes a fuss about things, and this is the first time in my riding or driving career (started driving in '93, riding in '05) that someone has deliberately tried to hit me. I understand that the police may be busy and that they may get a lot of traffic incident reports but I don't think they appreciated how bad it really was. Maybe I'll try to be more hysterical when reporting it if anything like that ever happens again. I can't think of anything that I would have done differently, and I wasn't hurt so I guess my reactions were ok, but I would hate to think what would have happened if I had been less experienced or more hot headed.