Rode home through heavy rain today, and had the back wheel slip out a couple of times. Once when turning left, once when going right, both at speeds ~20km/h moving off from stationary. I wasn't giving it the beans, feathering the clutch at maybe 3-4k revs (I've already figured I ran through some oil along the way as much as I was trying not to). Besides the obvious take it easier when turning, how are you actually meant to react? I've read at least enough of posts to know not to grab the brakes. Both times I pulled the clutch in and rolled on my way, but the second time the bike didn't seem too happy with my decision and almost wanted to throw me off, which got me thinking. Did I do the right thing by cutting the throttle or was I meant to keep it constant and hope for the best?