This morning I was just around the corner from work(Turning on to Atherton rd). It was pretty wet as it just rained. I went in to the intersection going to do a left turn(the lights was still green when I approached the intersection). I slowed down to less then my normal cornering speed (since it's wet). Then started the turn normally (in the wet). About 2/3 way through the turn I'd probably put on half of the throtle and I felt something wasnt right. I saw the center line approching me from the side :? and my bike was pointing in the right direction... Then I heard the rev incresing but my bike wasnt accelerating. My thought came up "hang on this isnt right". As I finished the turn the back felt like it kept going towards the line. All this happened in a split second. So I backed of the throtle and I got a wigle from the back. My work place was only about 50m away from that interscetion. It would been bad to stack there. On the bright side I dont have far to walk to work... In the end im just not sure why the back end just decided to let go. I did the turn normally for wet conditions. Before the turn I looked for signs of oil and crap on the road but I could have missed puddles of water. For puddles of water I got heaps of tread left in my tires so it shouldnt cause the problem. What went wrong? why did the back step out? Did I miss something or did something wrong?