I've been 'excluded' from bloodbus a while back (and no great loss I have to say), but I do pop my head in from time to time, as a guest) to see if anyone is bad mouthing me. I can across this post: On sunday there was a bus rally up in blackwood, and a mate of mine was driving a bus out on a run (absolutely packed with passengers - not many of them enthusiasts may I add!). Not long after we set out there was a cyclist out infront of us, he absolutely refused to move - was stuck behind him for almost a quarter of an hour. He would move out into the middle of the lane, and at some points even the middle of the road to stop us from overtaking.. and there was no way he didn't know we were there - how the hell can you not hear an ailsa. Surely it wouldn't have caused him any trouble to pull over a little bit to allow us to overtake Friend of mine was videoing at the time, if you skip to about 4 minutes in you can see some of the stuff he does (willypuller may not want to watch this lol). View: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=6GSBnMV-Ax4 (feel a bit sad when I look at the related videos bit, where i've got about twenty videos of that bloody bus lol) So have a look. What do you think? Is this cyclist doing anything wrong? The only thing I would say he does wrong, is he doesn't look behind him enough (specifically when he moves from secondary to primary at the pinch point). I also suppose if I really was holding a bus up for longer than a few minutes I might pull over to let it past, however, looking at the footage the cyclist is moving along a fair pace. What do you think?