Some motorcyclists say some drivers are trying to run them off the road. Bikers say the situation's getting out of hand.
On Thursday night, a motorcycle safety group called Watch Out organized a meeting to get bikers together to recognize this problem and take the first step to solve it.
About a third of the crowd say they've been hit by a car while riding a motorcycle. It's a serious problem and bikers are banding together in search of a solution.
"Last year, my riding partner and I were pretty much run over twice by the same vehicle," said a woman who attended the meeting.
What's worse than getting into accidents? Being targeted by motorists. That's what many bikers here are saying is happening in a certain part of town.
"The rider was going down the HOV lane. The vehicle started acting erratic in front of them. She wasn't sure whether they were drinking or whatever," said Jack Hughes from Watch Out. "So, at one point as soon as it got safe to do so, she tried to go around him to get away from him. At that point, he tried to run her into the wall."
Others have similar stories. They say their patience is wearing thin.
"It's going to go on only for so long and people are going to take matters into their own hands," said one man who attended the meeting.
"We've got a guy sitting here. Looks pretty beat up to me. Where do we go? How does it get to the point to get it in front of somebody?" asked another man at the meeting.
The man he referenced is Robert Johnson, who is obviously injured. Johnson says he was riding in Ewa when a motorist targeted and T-boned his bike.
"He was six inches from my face telling me he was going to watch me die," said Johnson.
Johnson says he's still waiting for police to hear his story. That's what many of these bikers are waiting for as well.
"HPD sounds like they're sitting on their butts waiting for this guy to kill somebody. they're not taking action. They have the information," said the concerned man at the meeting.
The bikers at the meeting say something has to happen before someone get hurt.
Another man at the meeting said,"Somebody needs to beat the brake off this dude if they find him."
Aside from bikers being given advice to make sure they file police reports and make sure they have added insurance, there wasn't a clear solution on how to do that.
But, Watch Out hopes to continue these meetings and get police and lawmakers on board.