Maybe you should report it to the police then, and let them investigate it, I understand that from the video the car drivers were in the wrong they had crossed the white line when they shouldn't have blocking the road for other road users.If the Motorcyclist trainer was in the wrong then I would think that the police would take this mater very seriously as they are responsible for training others. Why don't you report it and update us with what the police say. I think you may have to eat humble pie though.
Incidentally I do need to repeat this; the trainer blocked the road both ways with his bike for quite a while; even if the motorists were in the wrong (I'm not saying they were) then he certainly was by simply causing an obstruction with his motorcycle and arguing with all the car drivers! I'm quite sure the video reveals this.
I am NOT the trainer, I don't even ride a motor bike! abd I am not related to him. I have nothing to do with the incident, I was asked by a third party to put a comment back to you. As they were concerned as was I about your comments. The video is in the possesion of the trainer (NOT ME). and from what I have been told he was putting the safety of his students first.
There are too many car drivers that do not know the rules of the road, and put others at risk, just look at some of the illegal parking in Tavistock and the surounding villages. It's sad to say that some car drives don't seem to give a second thought for others safety.
I appreciate what you are saying DevonDevil but have you seen the video? Can you comment if you haven't, to be fair? You can understand why I thought you were the trainer, as you are writing for him! Perhaps, as you say, the car drivers were in the wrong...I would not know the entire street...but I can tell you, quite categorically, that the trainer abandoned his bike after parking it in the middle of the road and proceeded to argue with car drivers. Now, he may have been saying that they were wrong but the point is that he also obstructed the road by parking his bike in the middle of it. No one could drive up or down. I'm only telling you as it is because I was there. I stalled my vehicle (which he may have thought was illegal but I didn't mean to!) and it started from there. It was hardly professional to argue with other motorists and obviously wrong to leave his bike in the middle of the road. I felt sorry for the guys learning to ride! I tried to calm one down! I incidentally didn't argue with the trainer.