It is the raining season in Thailand, and that means for the once still on two-wheels that we riding in the wet. Riding in the rain can be a huge psychological battle for many riders. The reality is, wet weather motorcycling doesn't have to be that daunting. Or that risky.
Okay, there's less grip available and you need to take extra care. But there's tons of stuff to learn from riding in the wet, and once you know what you're doing you can enjoy it a lot more and feel at ease.
Patience is an absolute must. Experience is essential to recognize where you and your motorcycle's limits are likely to be. As long as you approach those limits progressively, then you'll stand a change of dealing with them when they arrive.
Rush up to the limits, and then go over this limits even momentarily, and it could be too late to save things.