having been a wee little 50cc scooter for many a year, I have learnt to avoid riding in the wet like the plague. Unlike most scooterites, I wear the gear, full face, gloves, steel caps, rjay explorer and I keep a set of water proof pants in the top box just in case. If I get caught out and have to ride in the wet, I find that I avoid roundabouts and drop my cornering speed and lean as well as sitting as forward as I can to put some extra weight on the front wheel to help prevent it slipping out. Now Im at the stage of going for the two fiddy licence, undecided atm on getting a bike or maxi scooter. I'm assuming that full sized bikes/bigger scooters have more grip in the wet. Assuming as I don't know so I'm asking you lot, those who do ride bikes in the wet. So, does anybody ride regularly in the wet or do most riders break out the cage when it rains? Do you modify your riding habits? I know I can change my route and avoid the dredded right hand roundabout corner and other corners that are bad in the wet, is this something all bikers do? Tips? Advice? Bring it! Oh, and thanks in advance.