Cracking day down here in shandy drinking Southerner land so being a bloke I decided to go for a drive in the sun. The entirety of which was ruined by arrogant pricks on superbikes. Now we got a lot of these leather clad organ donors around here, and being a fair man I have a rule. I'll "move over" to the left most part of the lane for the first three that come up so close it seems like they want to give me a reach around, and if anyone of those 3 says thank you in any form, be it a not or little tip of the hand or whatever, then I continue to move over for the rest of the journey. If they don't say thanks then anyone else can feck off. Needless to say it's a very rare occurrence when one of them bothers to thank me. Most other times in motoring if you stop, or move to let someone through a gap, or out of a road you get a flash of the lights or a wave of the hand to say thanks, but it seems motorcyclists think they don't have to bother with common manners. They are either so far up your hoop they could rest their nutsack on my back bumper, or at lights they go round and then cut in at a 45 degree angle narrowly missing the front. I'd just like to say I'm a huge petrol head and have always toyed with the idea of getting a bike. But I simply wouldn't want to be tarred with the same brush as all the arrogant pricks that do, indisputably, spend most of their time simply ignoring any of the rules of the road, or worst, motoring like a gentleman. Am I the only one that thinks the all drive like they couldn't care less about anyone else?