With the help of James Whitham, who admits that "the only way I used to go fast in the wet was to follow the guy in front of me, and then try to go a bit quicker," read, digest, adjust your tyre pressures accordingly and go for a nuclear ride
as confidence-shattering twitches, slides or crashes.So relax and be smooth - which is easier said than done if the thought of riding in the rain scares you rigid.Click here for page two of our wet weather motorcycle riding tips guide.
Right guys, a thread for the more inexperienced riders on VD please.I'd like you horrible lot to impart some of your wisdom as to Wet weather riding skills.Pointers to look out for, tips if you happen to lose the rear, tips for spotting diesel, tyre
Perhaps Niall could explain why he thinks that the tyre contact patch is larger when upright.
in the dry aren't really relaxed while they're doing it, and they can't ride well in the wet. It makes a huge difference.I like to short-shift in the wet, keeping the revs down. It works for me, and I guess it's something I learned back on the 500 GP bikes
to learn how to experience wet weather riding by driving my car instead of my bike.This article is very true in fact once riding in the wet i found myself thinking to hard also holding the grips tighter than normal when i am riding in dry weather and also
tips or advice on how best to remove thisnot riding the bike in wet weather not an option before any says !!!thanks all Gentle rub with softish cloth and a bit of autosol usually does it. Unless they're lacquered, in which case any kind of polishing
the D207's fitted before that would easily lock in the wet. priller wroteAssuming you mean BT090 since the bike in your profile is an NC30.Havn't used them on a track day but used them in all weathers on the road and never felt like the were going
you lot? is it worth ditching your pride and joy in the wet unless u have wet weather tyres then dont go !!!if u have wet weather cool ! learn to ride on the track in the wet i'll wait till April 02 till my next trackday go for it, if it rains it rains
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