I did, the motorbike ran wide because he had a handful of throttle. If the motorbiker had been travelling at the same speed as the bike he could have stayed on the correct side of the road. The motorbiker needed that nice rigid shelled wrap around motorbike helmet for the hedge header. I mean the cyclist foam lid wouln't offer much protection going into spiky branches and the sticky out flange on a cycle helmet could mean you couldn't then get back out either.
I've ridden many a time trial on dual carriage way roads. But to mitigate risk, most Sunday morning time trials start at 6am, sometimes earlier and roads are very quiet. The absurd ones are when they use the same courses for Saturday afternoon events.