Personally, we don't see the problem and hence why the rider was arguing with the driver
- Even though the future passenger was waiting right at the corner, the driver did pass the cyclist rather than swerve straight in. This forced the driver to drive longer, and the pedestrian to walk a bit. Such selfless acts are not acknowledged by the cyclist.
- The car did actually indicate when turning in, and all its brake lights were working.
- By pulling in to the bike lane rather than waiting behind the cyclist, the three cars behind were not held up.
- Despite the abuse the Bristol Cyclista lays on the tax payer, he is gracious and polite.