One of the first things that you’re taught when you learn to ride a motorcycle is not to target fixate if someone goes down in front of you. This rule applies to the street as well as the track and has saved me from many an off-road excursion.
Wikipedia defines target fixation as: “a process by which the brain is focused so intently on an observed object that awareness of other obstacles or hazards can diminish.”
Here we see a few Harley-Davidson riders behaving badly at what looks to be Deals Gap down in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. First off these two jackasses pull a complete bonehead move by trying to pass someone over a double yellow line on a tight corner. Rider one simply fails to lean the bike over to make the turn, causing rider two to hone in on him like a cruise missile and follow him right off-road. Let it be known that the driver of the car did absolutely nothing wrong, and while I hate to see any biker go down, I have to say that with behavior like this those bikers had it coming.