A ROAD rage incident between a driver and a motorcyclist has been caught on camera, leaving viewers divided over who was to blame.

Video posted to the Dash Cam Owners Australia Facebook page shows the fight between the two motorists in Berowra, North Sydney.

During the incident, one of two motorcyclists veered in front of a black Nissan X-Trail, which then swerves left.

In what looks like payback, the Nissan X-Trail moves in between the two riders in a cut-off move.

The motorcyclist punches the car window in rage. Picture: Dash Cam Owners Australia
The motorcyclist punches the car window in rage. Picture: Dash Cam Owners Australia

As the vehicles pull up at a red light, the motorcyclist leans over and bashes on the car window, giving a verbal spray as his female riding companion.

It is then that things get heated - the driver gets out of his car, walks up to the rider and grabs him, appearing to try and pull or push him off his bike.

The incident turned physical when the driver got out of the car. Picture: Dash Cam Owners Australia
The incident turned physical when the driver got out of the car. Picture: Dash Cam Owners Australia

Another motorist capturing the incident on dashcam shouts "hey", before physically intervening in the tussle.

He manages to break up the confrontation and the female cyclist thanks him, shaking his hand.

the man who caught the incident on his dashcam intervened. Picture: Dash Cam Owners Australia
the man who caught the incident on his dashcam intervened. Picture: Dash Cam Owners Australia

Reactions to the footage ns on the Dash Cam Owners Australia's Facebook page were mixed.

Some Facebook users felt the driver was to blame, others the motorcyclists, and others wrote that both were "idiots".


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