In opposite land, maybe. But actually I was saying the cyclist was being treated fairly - which is what they all want. 'Fair' has both negative possibilities as well as positive ones. Cyclists want - quite rightly - to be treated fairly in terms of space on the roads, but that means taking the negatives with class too. You are exactly what I'm talking about - an entitled prat who only wants the positive side and as such can't see that the cyclist was in the wrong. I ride without brakes, if I hit someone it's my fault and I'll take my punishment.