This case involves a 43-year-old man in good health who was out for a bike ride at a park with bike paths. While he was on a trail, another biker attempted to speed past him. As the other biker went around the man, a group of cyclists began approaching from the other side. The man was forced into an elevated rock adjacent to the path causing him to flip over the handlebars of his bike. He suffered neck and back injuries and developed RSD as a result of the accident. It was alleged that the width of the path was unsafe because there was not enough space for the man, the biker passing, and the group of cyclists to pass simultaneously. An expert in accident reconstruction was sought to review the case and determine whether the size of the path was the root cause of the accident.