Yes, that counts, and that's horrible.
I have a few stories. This first one involved a friend and I on our motorcycles. It had just started raining, so we were trying to get back to his place before it got really bad. We come up to a stop sign, wait for a break in traffic, make our safe right turn, and two blocks up ahead after we were clearly on the road, some asshat pulls out right in front of us and we almost laid the bikes down trying to avoid hitting the person who just cut off two motorcycles in the rain.
The day I got my motorcycle license I was riding to work by myself for the very first time. Somebody changed lanes without looking and almost took me out. Luckily there was enough room to dodge into the lane they came from.
There was one randomly warm February day, so some friends and I decided to get on our motorcycles and ride around. Well this guy in a truck manages to see my friends on their black bikes with their dark grey jackets on the cloudy day in front of me, but not me with my pink jacket on my red bike and turns between us. And then when we were leaving a parking lot later that day, a car backed out in front of me (again after waiting for my friends on their dark bikes) and this time I did lay the bike down trying to avoid them. The person who almost ran me over didn't even stop after the bike went down and I stood there glaring at them.
And don't get me started on the asshats who pull up damn near on my back tire and idle forward when I move up to put some space between them. I want
to get off the bike and walk back and inform them that if they were to be rear ended and hit the car
in front of them, it'd suck, but it wouldn't be a big deal really. But if he were to get rear ended and hit the motorcycle
in front of him, he could KILL the driver. Especially if that
motorcyclist wasn't smart enough to leave enough room between them and the car in front of them.
I have more, but I was talking about these recently, so they were the freshest in my mind lol.