My “Driver Education” Program Caught on Video

12
Jun
2014

I’ve said many times that when I’m on my bike, I’m very aggressive and won’t take anything from any vehicle.  I call it a positive rage that only comes when I’m training on my bike.

Well, here in Grenada I like to call it “driver education”.  Whenever possible, I’ll chase down a vehicle who has done something potentially dangerous and let them have it.  Yes, I have been known to swear a little during these educational talks….but I’m doing my best to calm things down.

This week, I had my new Fly6 on the bike and was able to record my educational conversation with this bus carrying a load of kids.  As you can see, I’m doing pretty good at toning it down and never swore or raised my voice.

The video didn’t clearly pick up what I said so I’ve done my best to decipher my words and put them on the screen.  I wish I could have recorded the guys face because it’s pretty similar to the others I’ve stopped to talk to.  They all have their jaws hanging with a shocked, yet plain look on their face.  He did say “Okay” to me, so hopefully he’ll be a better driver.

 

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5 Responses to “ My “Driver Education” Program Caught on Video ”

  1. Eric Hutchins on June 13, 2014 at 11:18 am

    “Sport” :)

  2. Eric Hutchins on June 13, 2014 at 11:17 am

    You ARE the man!

  3. Ben on June 13, 2014 at 4:41 am

    Very cool piece of education. Like a lot.

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