As more bikes share the road with cars, a new form of road rage is emerging: bike rage. But why is it that drivers have such ire for cyclists? Is it because they think the two-wheelers are always running reds? Or because they perceive that all cyclists are maniacs? Simon Pampena finds out the real statistics on how cyclists behave on the road and consults researchers about psychological theories to unpack this curious hatred.
Should be quite interesting to hear the scientific theories and stats behind it. It'll no doubt generate a wee bit of discussion.