I was most infuriated at the rider who did his very best to get me to kill him 2 nights ago. I was the only car on the 3 lane M1 heading back from Geelong at 2am, travelling in the left lane (cage) with the cruise at 100kmh. I have a rider come up from behind me going 130 or so in the middle lane and then dropping back into my blind spot in the middle lane, towards the left side of the lane. So he's just sitting in my blind spot, when a rigid truck merges into the highway, traveling at about 80km/h. Naturally, my first reaction was to change lanes, but I remembered the bike (who I could neither see nor hear) and did 2 head checks just to make sure he was there. Sure as shooting, he was sitting on my rear pillar closest to me, chugging along at 100km/h, just waiting to get taken out. I had to drop back and go around him. What made matters worse was that this guy wasn't a learner or P plater, he appeared to be fully licensed. I would think that anyone who wasn't hyper alert for riders (ie. riders in their cage) would have taken this guy out completely. You need to be 2 steps ahead when you're riding. FFS. For anyone who doesn't do this everytime they jump on their bike, ride like everyone's trying to kill you and always have an exit strategy for the cars around you doing erratic things. I think that's the only thing that's kept me alive so far. Rant over.