So there we were, Minding Our Own Business last April in NC, and we come up on this GS rider. He nails the throttle out of the curves and then slows way down on the next curve. I prepare to pass along with Special K, but Mr. GS is twisting his wrist hard and I don't follow Special K when he passes. We're all on coms, and comment that although we never saw the GS rider check his mirrors, now that he's been passed, surly he'll check them now and note the group of riders piled up behind him and on the next straight he'll not race to the next corner to allow us to get by. Oh no! He makes it hard for everyone in our group to get by. The music in the video changes to reflect the changing moods and (my) attitude. It seems like these types of riders are proliferating. Who is the here? What do you do in this circumstance - both when a faster group comes up behind you and when you get caught behind a difficult rider like this? It took the guys behind me quite some time before they could get around this turkey.