So best I can tell, this is what happened:
A group of guys go out for some riding in Texas. They intended on riding both on road and off. I guess one of them dipped off of the road for a moment while traveling down the road. The green (among other colors) Suburban got upset at this and told the rider that he was on camera and now so was his license plate. To what end the Suburban driver was going to use that video, we do not know. This prompts the rider to pull up and get the Suburban's license plate on his GoPro.
All of this is happening stage left. All the while... There is a completely uninvolved red Chevy on the right hand side that is apparently getting agitated at the whole situation as well. This truck proceeds to pull up next to the group and the driver and his passengers, yell, and flip the riders off.
The camera man thinks it is a great idea to pull up to the passenger side of the truck and see what is going on. This is probably the scariest part of the whole situation. The camera man knocks on the window and the passenger gets visibly excited by this, and flails to get the drivers attention. The window rolls down to make the statement, "Get that GD gun out!" audible. Ho-Lee Shit! No. Thank you.
The driver points the gun, with finger on the trigger, directly at the motorcycle camera man. Yelling and flailing ensues, followed by the driver telling the camera man that he is also a motorcycle rider...
I applaud the camera guy for keeping his cool in this situation. I would have needed to clean out my pants.
I am ashamed that this was a Texan.