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Several months ago, maybe a year, there was a short video put up on the forum that had been stickied. It was taken from the perspective of a (probably British) cager driver and it demonstrated how easy it is to miss seeing a bike. I can't find it anymore and want to pass it along to friends. Anyone have a link. Not a very easy vid to watch. Thanks.
 

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Several months ago, maybe a year, there was a short video put up on the forum that had been stickied. It was taken from the perspective of a (probably British) cager driver and it demonstrated how easy it is to miss seeing a bike. I can't find it anymore and want to pass it along to friends. Anyone have a link. Not a very easy vid to watch. Thanks.






There are a ton of motorcycle safety videos out there but when you say British, I think of TAC. They're responsible for a lot of driving safety videos including motorcycle ones.



Here's one that may or may not be the one you're thinking of but if it isn't, look at the list of them on the right hand side of their page:



Youtube Motorcycle Safety Video



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I think I found one that incorporates what you were looking for:



Motorcycle "THINK!" Campaign
 

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It's a damn good video and made all the more poignant to me inasmuch as about a month ago a not so old couple were killed around 15 miles from where I live.They rode into a Tractor




http://www.thisishullandeastriding....SOULMATES/article-2000120-detail/article.html





A couple of years ago I slid one of my CX on a rain/diesel patch at a roundabout.Since then I'm ultra vigilant at junctions,roundabouts and hill dips and blind bends.There's plenty of open road with no junctions to twist the throttle.



Be safe out there,it's battle on a bike.
 

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There are several roundabouts near me but one in particular stands out since it's the only one like it.



It's a tight single lane roundabout and some beautification committee decided to plant a large tree and shrubs. Basically it's a wall so you cant see the traffic coming in your direction.
 

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There are several roundabouts near me but one in particular stands out since it's the only one like it.



It's a tight single lane roundabout and some beautification committee decided to plant a large tree and shrubs. Basically it's a wall so you cant see the traffic coming in your direction.


Those type are a real PITA
 
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