But they didn't move, leading to Kruger yelling out "come on guys, single file" as he drove past when there was safe space to pass.
Kruger told the Herald the video shows just one of many issues he faces with ignorant cyclists every weekend.
"This is what is happening every weekend in the Waitaks on the roads, West Coast, Scenic, Piha Road. I am a cyclist myself and this is not on."
Kruger said the cyclists, who were busy chatting away, were "rude", "careless" and had a "sense of entitlement".
West Coast Rd, which has a 70km/h speed limit, is considered a dangerous stretch of road because of its narrow and windy corners.
The surrounding trees block light on the road, often making it difficult to see cyclists.
Kruger told Stuff that the two cyclists "give others a bad name" and labelled them "a bunch of bad apples".
The Piha resident believes other motorists wouldn't have been as patient as him and hopes his video will serve as a warning to cyclists to be more respectful on our roads.