Tips & Tricks if You Have to Snow Ride
The other key ingredient to enjoying wintry weather on a motorcycle is, of course, the motorcycle. But not just any motorcycle.
Compacted snow is the worst kind of snow when it comes to riding. It’s spent the last few hours been driven over by cars and as a result is incredibly slippery and hard. If you get the option, freshly fallen snow is much easier to ride on and less risky.
If you follow in the wheel tracks of other vehicles then that snow could be slippery and it might be best to ride in the untouched stuff.
One thing at a time
Much like riding in the wet, make sure you only do one thing on the bike at a time. Brake, then steer. Turn, then accelerate. Grip levels could be almost non existent, so braking while going round a corner – no matter how often you do it in the dry – could result in a fall.
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