A few days ago my daughter was driving on L Street at 20th when she changed lanes to go around a car with emergency flashers on. As she did, so, too, did a biker ‘sharing’ the same lane of traffic. The biker suddenly started pounding on her car, yelling at her loud enough that a coworker walking to the metro heard him and came out into the street. As she pulled up to the traffic light at 20th, the harassment continued. The biker pulled up beside her, grabbed her partially open window and threatened to break it. He reduced my daughter to sobbing. She tried to calm the biker with apologies for upsetting him. His response: In a month, he said, there will be bike lanes and bikes will be as important as cars and you’ll have to give us the right of way.
The coward should have been arrested. But, of course, he had no license or any other means of identification on his “vehicle”. He was empowered by his anonymity…
Read the rest: washingtonexaminer.com.
It sure sounds like your daughter changed lanes into a cyclist. She encroached upon his space. And, after the cyclist commnucated his extreme discomfort with being nearly hit by a car, you conclude he is a “coward.”
You sir, are the coward.by