So went out today for a bit of a ride and of course as I am heading home it starts to rain - not to much of a big deal. The roads start to become fairly slick and then the worst thing happens . . . . TRAM TRACKS!!!! Now I have no problems with tram tracks in the past and am able to cross them without to much drama, however this time was different. I was travelling along parrellel to a set of tracks when I came to a street that I needed to do a 90 degree turn out (obviously requiring that I cross the tracks). This is when it all almost went wrong. As I cross the tracks the bike gets very squirrily and I lost control for a second. I managed to stabalise myself by putting my leg out (but not down). I was able to cross the tracks on the wrong side of the road with no troubles, however crossing the tracks on a parrallel angle is another story. Can anyone provide advice? Thanks in advance.