Guelph - Style, function count on wet cycling days
The trickiest part of cycling in the rain is the road, of course. Oil rises to the surface of freshly wet roads, making it a little more treacherous to ride. The stopping distance also increases on wet roads, so don't grab the brakes but instead, "feather" them lightly. Take it easy going downhill and take corners carefully — it's easy for the tire to lose traction on a wet road if you take the corner too fast. Read more.