And then there´s weather that just plain sucks.It usually isn't that the day is a bad day to ride, but merely that the gear chosen was a bad choice for the weather you're out in.
Proper gear for that is an indoor trainerBTW: In a bicycle newsgroup one guy responded to the canonical "there´s no bad weather, just incorrect gear" with "name the gear for 3 degrees celsius, drizzle/sleet and uphill". Being a year-round bicyclist, I could relate to that. *g*
I'm surprised....from what I've read, I thought the engine breaking on this bike would be much more severe. I find it really easy to get used to, my EX500 was way more finicky upshifting.
LOVE this bike!!!!! Please stop raining!!!!!