Wet Weather Riding

Calvin Kim
by Calvin Kim
Okay, here's the deal. We're situated in Los Angeles, and its raining. Yes, its raining. We don't have many wet-weather stories, thanks in part to the judicious quantities of photons that radiant from the Sun, and the temperature-steadying effects of a certain body of water. But we know some things. Namely, that it causes visors to fog-up and traction to go down.

How do those that are more accustomed to these less-than-ideal conditions deal with these environmental hazards? Share with us, and all us other fair-weather riders, all the tips and tricks needed to make that dreary day, into a day of wet-weather exploration.

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