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Riding Skills Series: Slippery When Wet

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I have juz changed my tyres to Dunlop GPR 70s... running in now still but can already feel that bite it has on tarmac.http://dayna.lovweifeg.com/1.jpg




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I heard many IRC tire so when I got my SP 2 years later, I'll change the Dunlop tire. But I have a couple of friends who use IRC tire n encounter some fatal accidents. So, I want to say is, do not use any IRC tire just b'cos you want to save money. It's not worth it.

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I have a friend who skid in his MSCP. Floor was being washed and he used the brakes.


Was the skid caused by his rear tyre or his braking techniques?


Would the same thing happen on tarmac road, considering the floor on MSCPs are pretty slippery. Combined with water, it's quite a disastrous situation. Any advice?

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