We have endless rocky, loose climbs here that are about 1-1.5 jeep width. Jeeps are crawling along at 3mph, bikes can do 20+ To get around them you have to go off to the side where it's extra loose and off-camber. I've found the best way to do this is to keep your momentum (hard on the gas, since it's uphill) until you get very close to the jeep. Then you can get off the throttle and simply coast past without creating any roost. After the pass you still have some momentum to get back on line and can get back up to speed without roosting. So basically I'm doing 20+ right up close and then coasting down to 10mph by the time I'm passed them. It makes for a very quick, easy, painless pass, with no rocks/roost hitting the jeep. The jeep doesn't even have to move over, or move at all. But from the jeeps perspective, they might think I'm being a d!ck by coming at them at full speed, not slowing down etc. What do you do?