i'm not blaming anyone. on a motorcycle blaming does not helps.Don't blame it on other things, you grabbed a fist full of front brake. You need to be smooth with all of your inputs when riding on wet roads.
Edit: You always need to be smooth, but more so in the wet.
No friend, i decrease my speed without touching brakes, i just cut off the throttle. Thats how i slow down to 80 to ~25kmh.You began braking early but once you noticed how fast you were approaching the vehicle in front, that's when you grabbed more brake and lost traction. It's wet out and the stock tires aren't the best, but aren't bad by any means. You just need to be smoother about applying the brakes more during situation like that, sometimes you can't avoid it. Glad you didn't go down!
my index finger and thumb controls holding & throttle the remain fingers ( 3 of them )always on the brake, thats may cause the conflict between you and i ( it feels much comfortable. then the other technics. )It looks like you reach for the brake and that's exactly when it happens. But, whatever floats your boat guy, that road looks much better than then ones I ride around on - even in the rain
i thought it will be better, but it seems i'm the only one who likes....................................and the purpose of upside down is what again? I forgot.
we know.upside-down and the audio is out of sync