Hello, Recently I lost traction on a wet road with a slight turn resulting in a crash. In this and many previous situations where I sense that I am losing traction I pull in the clutch and maintain my upright position. Doing so keeps me upright on the bike unless I am heading straight into an obstacle like a telegraph pole. In my crash I eased on the brakes being careful not to lock them up but it happened so quick all I could think of was my inevitable impact. I am wondering if I can better handle or prevent loss of traction situations and prevent death or serious injury in the future. One thing I think I could do is reduce my speed in wet weather but I am not sure how much of a reduction is optimal. Obviously traveling 20kph slower will reduce the likelihood of a loss of traction or the injury sustained but it might be a hassle for other angry motorists.