I went for a ride to the Putty on the weekend. By lunchtime there were some light showers about, so road conditions were a bit damp. I'm usually pretty confident through twisty sections in the dry, but that day I lost alot of confidence in my bikes ability to maintain traction in the wet. I have ridden in the wet before, but not really through complicated sections of road. It felt a bit like I was paralized from making the bike turn over properly (is that an SR popping up?), so I was going quite slow through the corners. Once the road dried up I was back to normal. I think that day I decided there could be a fine line between having confidence and a false sense of security. I should note I have pretty average shoes on my bike (Dunlop Arrowmax) and I think that played on my mind also. How do the more experienced riders feel about cornering in the wet and how can I boost my confidence whilst still riding to the conditions?