This arrogance increases threefold if a cyclist is “sponsored.” Apparently, a jersey that has a logo or two on it along with the aerodynamic Tour de France helmet translates to some extra level of ownership of the asphalt. Sometimes they seem to be tempting someone to hit them.
Sounds a lot to me like a weasel words way of saying "Sometimes they tempt me to hit them", even if not seriously. Which, I mean, I'll take implications of bad behavior over the more outright calls for violence you usually see, but I think that comes close enough to deserve admonishment, at least.
Honestly, it's more childish than anything. The article just comes across as someone kvetching on Facebook after a crappy commute. Absolutely nothing of substance, just complaining. Get over yourself, nobody cares. I'd at least be able to respect it as a piece of writing if she at least had some overarching point she wanted to tie in with the anecdote, but it really looks like just a wordy Facebook rant to me. I'm not mad, I just think she's an idiot who can't write.