G'day all, had an interesting and somewhat amusing ride to work the other morning. Started out at 5am as always, nice minus 2 degree morning. Head of through town, get out on the open road and ecounter the first of the fog. No real issue there, I have actually discovered that riding in fog isn't as bad as I thought it would be. Anyway I get 10kms down the road and realise that the strap that goes around my waist to help keep the back amour pad of my jacket is undone, so I decided to stop at strathy (opprox halfwy to work) to do it up. during the trip there I had to wipe myvisor a few times to remove the dew biuldup on it from the fog. Each time I did however I noticed it was getting harder and harder to keep the visor clear. Pulled over to safe spot in strathy and removed my gloves. Realised to my amusement that there was ice on the fingertips of the gloves. went to undo my flouro vest that i wear over my jacket and dicover more ice. Decided to remove my helmet to dry the visor with a cloth I always carry and discovered.... You guessed it , even more ice. So anyway after scrapping the ice off my visor and fixing everything else I continued my journey to work. Once I parked my bike etc, I checked it over and discovered that ice had built up on the front of the forks, the backs of the mirrors and on the front of the air filters. One thing i have also dicovered is that if it's below 2degrees then my bike actually goes colder than it was when i started from home and once i get to the town i work in after sitting on 100km/h I have to put the choke half on or she stalls. That's the only prob I have found with an air cooled bike sometimes they get too cold as there is no liquid to keep it warm. Has anyone else here experienced an ice-up such as this. I must point out that I was surprisingly warm through this whole experience, so I at least know i have the right gear. that was last tuesday, wednesday it was down to -4deg, but not as much fog so never iced up. Cheers to all, sorry bout the lengthy post, just wanted to share my experience.