This video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q-NFoEkeag
is doing the rounds on the cycling forums, with many cyclists condemning the cyclist more than the van driver. I personally don't think the van driver deserved the response he got given that the cylist discourteously moves in front of him, just as the traffic pulls away and then holds a very central position in the road slowing the driver up. All the driver did was overtake making the cyclist brake in order to filter traffic again. In summary the cyclist is held up by the van in the same way the van was held up by the cyclist. Courtesy from the cyclist would have totally avoided the situation.
But my post is the legal aspects:
Can a person bring a claim for damages if they cause property damage as a result of being recklessly distracted? Did this cyclist owe the driver a duty of care here? It would be reasonably foreseeable that shouting at someone driving a car might cause an accident.