Tracers work both ways
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Victoria, BC
Bike: 04 R6 (Sold) 06 R6R
I ride in the rain all the time, no big deal. Like everyone said, just chill a bit and work on being smooth. I definitely go easier on the throttle, leave lots of braking room too. I'm on Metzler M5's which are phenomenal in the wet. Check out the test videos, they're pretty awesome.
I'm pretty OCD so I always give her a good wash after a ride in the rain and have some good one on one time with the bike after. It's not for everyone though. Hardest part is keeping your visor fog free at lights. Good luck, be safe and have fun.
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Last edited by Pipelinz; 12-02-2012 at 01:04 PM.