Hi Guys, Im sorry if this has been asked and answered before, but i couldnt find the thread answering this specific question - When riding in the rain, obviously the middle of the lane is the most slippery due to all the dumped oil. Therefore one would assume that you would steer clear from the middle of the lane, especially on corners. BUT This makes riding the bike (especially cornering) substantially harder becuase your narrowing your turning circle (not using the Entry, Apex, Exit) and not to mention your riding awfully close to cars in the lanes next to you. How do you guys deal with this? Do you still use the middle of the lane but try and steer clear of obvious oil patches? A few riders went pass me on the way to work today (raining slightly) and they dont seem to have a problem at all - however their bikes were much bigger than mine, wider tires, more grip. BTW - Im on a CBF 250 Thanks guys! I really wanna get this riding in the rain business down pat.