Attilla Posted December 11, 2013 Report Share Posted December 11, 2013 Hi guys I hope this is a big subject for a few of you in the wetter regions of our lovely planet. I ride all year on less than grippy roads in England and just wondered if any experts out there have got some tips for carrying a bit more speed in corners in the wet.....I'm not looking at Guy Martin performance here just safe and relaxed riding as I hold that human fear of ditching the pride and joy on a greasy bit of london road and being poll axed by mrs miggins in her nissan micra as she drinks her costa coffee while applying her morning makeup. I'm no amatuer on the roads but for all the nice dry knee down stuff grinding away the knee slaiders it all seem futile when you find yourself tiptoing round a roundabout all tense in the rain like a learner again because we don't get real wet riding tuition...... WOW that's a thought...WE DON'T GET WET RIDING TUITION EVER!!! there's none available that I know of. You can do skid pan in a car or truck but has anyone been on a bike to learn lean angle limits etc?? I bet no-one has Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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