Yesterday I took my Harley FXLR to work instead of the Big Dog Chopper. I glad I did. As I'm approaching an intersection, a driver figured they would turn left right in front of me. Now, this is a spot where I have the right away not them. I was at the spot where the first car is in the below photo. They were at the spot where the second car is, but looking to turn to my right towards the house. I grab the brakes, and start a power slide heading right for them. The back end starts to come around to the left, and I left off the brakes, hit the gas to straighten it out, and I'm back on the brakes. At that point they felt the best thing for them to do was stop, right in the middle of the road, so I had a nice big car door to slam into. Realizing what they had just done, the jackass does the right thing, and hits the gas, and I slide right by them. One would think that would be enough, but the next driver figures it was a good time to go, and hits the gas, sticking his left front bumper/fender in my lane. I yell at them as I swing the bike to a slide with the back end to the right, sliding right by them. As I go by, I yelled I'm gonna fucking get you. I get the bike under control, and swing into a parking lot and the chase was on. The second guy, who I told I was coming after saw me turn around, and he pulled over. I pulled up to his window, screaming at him, and told him its HIS lucky day for pulling over, he wasn't gonna get pounded on and have to go to the hospital. I took off after the first JackAss who started the whole thing, and took off. As I headed after them, the two cars in between us actually pulled over. I figured they saw the whole thing, and realized what I was doing. I caught the ass at the Lowes lights. I was banging on is window yelling at him to fucking look at me (bruised by hand). He finally looks over, cracks his window and says sorry, I didn't see you. I told him he was full of shit, and he almost killed me. I told him to get the fuck out of the car, when the light turned green, and he took off. At that point, I just pulled over to the side of the road, and checked the bike, and me. I'm lucky I raced dirt bikes as a child, and could slide a bike like that. If that had been my chopper, I'd be dead. The FXLR was easy to swing around, and power slide. I figured I needed a break today, and took the jeep to work.