Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Kansas City Broadway Blvd Street Life: Motorcycle Brah Kicks Angry Driver's Car

Yes, COVID has made certainly sparked more anger on local streets and as motorists return to crowd Midtown, a local slice of life clip stands out.

Over on Reddit this clip is trending . . .

Kicks & Kisses in Kansas City

Spotlighted in the "Idiots in Cars" sub . . . The conversation is split betwixt support for the motorcycle dude vs. sympathy for the boomer driver and his dangerous kissoff.

You decide . . .

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Answer: They're both creeps.

Anonymous said...

So this motorcycle guy is between vehicles and sitting in the middle of two lanes of traffic while the vehicle is sitting in a correct lane of traffic. Don't motorcycles have to follow the rules of the road too?

Anonymous said...

He kicks pretty hard for just a wee little sprite.

Ran like a bitch when the guy left his car though.

Anonymous said...

I despise motorcycle bitches.

Anonymous said...

Please watch for motorcyclists.
Motorcyclists, please take a defensive riding class.

Anonymous said...

This is just another reason to vote NO on the e tax.

KC said...

if cycle boi is black, he's not waiting on reparations.

Anonymous said...

The guy on the motorcycle is a cunthole. Probably lives in Westport.

Reality Speaker said...

Bullshit above. What happens when driver plays with his cell phone instead of watching traffic AROUND him. Many riders killed due to this.

Anonymous said...

12:57 Such anger ! Such bravado ! Stop some riders and let them know how you feel.

Anonymous said...

Does the motorcycle even have a fuc*in' tag on it?

Anonymous said...

The cycle guy was probably on his way to suck some dick.

Anonymous said...

^^^

You think about sucking dick ALOT!!!

Anonymous said...

Hope cycle boy hit a tree on his way home.

crzystghnd said...

Actually it is legal in Missouri for motorcycles to split lanes when traffic is stopped. Motorcycles also do not have to come to a complete stop at stop signs. Personally I do not split lanes because for some reason in Missouri it makes people mad. Whereas in California it is expected.

crzystghnd said...

Unfortunately the video starts after something had already occurred so I have no idea who started this. I have a feeling the biker and the car took it too far.