Last week 3 of us were on Tug Hill riding toward Brantingham and as I pulled up to a road crossing there were 10 sleds waiting to cross. Normally i would wait behind them until they all crossed and follow them. As I approached the group 2 of the guys were standing next to their sleds, 1 didnt have a helmet on and they didnt appear ready to cross so I pulled up along side them to cross with my 2 other guys. 1 of the guys in their group apparently did not want to be passed so as I pulled up to the road he kept trying to cut me off. He kept doing it to the point that he actually rubbed his sled against mine. I shot over the bank and got in front of him hoping the other guys in my group would follow me. the second guy in our group was my 17 yr old son and I couldnt see because of the terrain but he said the guy did the same to him and pushed him off the trail (out of the marked area). In 40+ years of riding I have NEVER had anyone so ignorant as to rub his sled against mine to prevent me from passing him. I don't know why a group of 10 wouldnt let a group of 3 pass them anyway, even if we didn't pass them at the road crossing we would have passed them on the trail. I was pissed that he rubbed my sled, but when my son told me he ran him off the trail I was furious. Anyone else have this happen and what would you have done about it? My first thought was to fly off my sled and tackle the guy.