There are a lot of hazards out there on the roads. Any keen road cyclist or regular commuter will know that. From cars to taxis to buses to poorly designed cycle paths and even other cyclists, getting from A to B in the city is often more of an obstacle course than it is a peaceful pedal.
The thing about when one cyclist gets in the way of another is it can often get quite brutal. Bike on bike crashes aren’t nice – though they are better than getting hit by a four-sided metal box with an engine – and they tend to go one of two ways after.
The first, and probably the more commonly seen, piece of behaviour after two riders collide, is that they’ll stand at the side of the road arguing for quite some time, pissing off all the other cyclists that go past and giving the folk in the metal death-machines a smirk.