Well I'm still damn livid and wanted to pull the bike over for an attitude adjustment. Ok here it is , I've come back to Sydney to do some final packing before the move. So Im sitting in my work 4WD - 4tonne of raised Landcruiser tray back which towers above normal cars and most similar 4WDs and is so not hard to see. Narrellan rd heading east three lanes all stopped at the lights at Mt Anann, To my left and just in front is a 8tonne pan-tech with 4 cars in front of me. I notice a bike [ turns out to be a CBR125 almost new by the look of it ] pulls up so close to the truck that he could have lent forward an touched it. 1st mistake........... Dead center so all he could see was truck and nothing else. I watched him admiring his new bike, and the instruments etc, give the tank a little polish with his glove. 2nd mistake............. How was he to know when the lights changed, so he panicked when the truck rolled back about 20cms before moving off 3rd mistake............ He had NOT even looked around to see what was in his immediate area car wise as he was to intent looking at his bike and how it shines in the sun lig,ht. [ I know this as I had been watching him the entire time thinking what a goose stopping in that position ! ] 4th mistake.......... Without so much of a head check and with his panic at the truck moving he put it in gear and headed right for the spot my 4wd was about to be occupying, some light braking and swerve right from me allowed him through safely as I had been watching this all unfold. 5th mistake......... Seeing as I just saved him and his bike from becoming my own personal speed hump, what do I get ? A bloody middle finger salute in thanks !! Sometimes we are our own worst enemy !!