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Old 08-21-01, 03:32 AM
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MichaelW
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Ive ridden in light snow a few times. The riding part is OK, but drivers dont give you the extra leeway you need. In the UK, snow turns to heavy dirty wet slush within hours, and that can be nasty when you get sprayed by a passing car.

I dont like black ice (ice covered in water), freezing rain, and blustery gales, but cold temp and heavy ice on rural roads are no problem.
I try to stay off the bike if Im feeling unwell.

Normal rain is simply not a problem.
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