Ok, I’ve had it…….this morning, I got another dose of yelling from pushy push-bikers. Let me explain: I do move into the bike lane on Royal Parade, but only when I look behind in the mirror and see plenty of space. And ONLY if the traffic is slowing or idle at the lights. Both yelling incidents happened on the way to work in the morning, along Royal Parade. The first time, I got yelled from a push biker from behind, I assumed that I was in his way by going too slow, clutch in, travelling towards a red light. I was on the outside lane and was in the king of the push-bikes’ “domain”. So, since, I’ve decided to ride on the inside lane, along with the trams. This morning when I split ahead on the left side of the road……suddenly this pushy push-biker yelled at me again from behind. I assumingly was in her way. At the red light ahead, I opened my visor and had a talk with her. I honestly cannot remember what I said to her first, however, the subsequent convo goes like this: Her: “But you did not look in your mirror, did you?”……. Me thinking: “Yes I did”…….. Me: “I don’t look in my mirror 100% of the time” Her: …..and you did not indicate…., you gotto indicate” Me flabbergasted: “There is no lane to indicate, and the bike lane is there <gesturing> on the outside lane, not here” Me: “I have every right to be here” Her being defensive: “I had to ride on this lane because I need to get off such and such place”…. Me thinking: “Like I care” OK, can someone shed some lights on me? What is the rulz with regards to the pushy push-bikes lane……are we allow to ride there? I also like to make a point, for both incidents, I assumed I was going too SLOW. If I’m worry about my speed between park cars and idle/slow moving traffic…..AND….I was deemed to be going too slow by pushy push-bikers, how fast they must be travelling?? They have to be travelling too fast if I see plenty of space, and suddenly they appeared behind me, yelling for me to get out of their way…..