Driving my car at rush hour Monday 8-13, (yeah, know it's not a long Seattle-like rush hour) saw a female Suzuki V-Strom rider ahead, so I got behind her in left (fast) lane - something I occasionally do to 'protect fellow riders' since I know how we ride, etc., etc. G W Way, northbound, 5:05PM, Monday. Wow, observing her, a change of heart, DING!: she's the problem! So, bottom line: Does anybody know her(?) - if so, you need to ride with her and show her how to ride as though there are other vehicles on the road. I would guess she's an oblivious rider who thinks highly of herself (extrapolation, yes). She keeps up with traffic, has long curly brunette hair, not over-weight, rides a V-Strom. If she keeps doing what I saw: multiple rapid lane changes, cutting in and out traffic, giving insufficient space, failing to signal, causing traffic to brake / then change lanes because of her actions - well, she's going to initiate road rage, and it'll be her fault. Was just all over both lanes disrupting traffic during the peak traffic (I want to get home now) flow period. Know her? Then ride with her; or bring her to a rider function so she can expand her contacts, whatever. If this rings a recognition bell ... act.