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First I would be smart enough not to get into a verbal confrontation or a power struggle with a group of motorcyclist. A couple of thumbs up, some smiles and some waves would have gone a long way to de-escanlte the situation. I would have slowly reduced my speed so that they would tire of me and they would go on.That would have been the smart thing to do. Showing fear or aggression to a stronger opponent is a sure way to be attacked. Starting a verbal confrontation no matter how right you are will only escalate the situation. You do not want to stir up a pack attack mentality instead you want to de-escalte and keep the lowest profile possible. Let me describe a real life situation that happened to me. I was walking in the woods and came across a pack of 6 or 8 dogs. I knew that I could not out run them or protect myself from an attack. I knelt down on one knee and patted my other and whistled and in a kind soft voice I called them to me. Since I did not present a danger to them and I did not show fear and run, they just left and did not attack me. I did the same thing with a black 200 lb Great Dane when I was in his yard as a process server. Controlling your fear and not letting your opponent see it will go a long way to your survival. I learned that many years ago as a martial artist. If you panic, show fear and attack a stronger opponent you will probably lose. Survival is mostly a strategy of the mind. I really hope you will take to heart what I have said and understand how valuable a strategy for survival can be. Go Ron Paul!!!!

RickStone