I was on a supported century ride this weekend (for anyone in or around Lufkin, TX, Pineywoods Purgatory is an AWESOME and very hilly ride). I was having a great time, battling up hills I didn't know existed in TX (okay, it was closer to Austin...) when we got to this 2 lane country road, and I was a ways behind these 2 riders riding side by side. A truck came up behind me, I scooted as far over to the right that I could and I called "Car back". The 2 riders didn't move. It kind of freaked me out and I prayed they wouldn't get hit. Then the same thing happened another couple times and I started getting annoyed. The worst was when a truck slowed way down behind them and the jacka$$ on the left motions (all annoyed) with his arm for the truck to go into the oncoming traffic lane so that HE doesn't have to slow down to scoot behind his buddy! That's called CHUTZPAH! Cyclists (including myself) are always pleading, shouting and arguing for "sharing the road"; what a crappy way to behave and give all cyclists a bad reputation. I am sure this is not an isolated incident, but it's the 1st I have ever witnessed, and it royally ticked me off. When I finally passed the jerks, I said "on your left!" and mentally DARED the guy to motion me to pass in the other lane. ARGHHHH!!!