It's not about whose fault it is. It's about what could be done to prevent the accident from happening and the rider getting hurt. The other motorcycle in the video, right next to this guy didn't get hit, so he did some thing different and he rode away with his bike and body in tact. You can s an all day long with a red light and it doesn't effect what happened when the light turns green. It's when the light turned green that he should have scanned right and left. AND, if not a wheelie, he was heavy into the throttle evidenced by how hard he hit the car after only about 10 feet. Meanwhile the other rider didn't hit anybody. Which would you rather be, right and banged up with a totaled motorcycle or right with an intact bike and body. It's a pretty simple decision for me.I disagree with most of your assessments. First he was constantly scanning left and right and when he did get the green light he didn't do a jack rapid start or wheely as people have stated. Remember it is a sport bike and they will lift the front end easily which he barely raised the front wheel. It was the cagers fault and I don't feel the the rider did anything wrong.
You got that's right. We've all done that and thank god nothing happened. Calling someone a name is really immature and misses the whole point of what can motorcyclists do to come home safe after every ride. We all make mistakes. That doesn't make us bitches or *******s it means we're human and we need to work on not making mistakes. She was probably calling 911 or the equivalent to get help for the rider.I bet a dollar that I'm not the only person here who has gone through a red light or a stop sign. Fortunately it wasn't on the bike, and no one was hit / hurt.
That 'bitch' could just as well been any of our wives, sisters, mothers.....