Don't forget, if the storm gets bad, hail is really loud when it hits your helmet.Otherwise: When it rains, you get wet. When the roadway is snowy, you slip and maybe crash.
Yeah having the front cylinder cut out and in (especially cutting back in while heeled over in a turn) adds to the excitement of a rainy ride.<- Has experienced the dreaded SV325
And up our way they salt the roads like it's going out of style. Really they just need to use up the supply so they can justify ordering more for next year. And salt residue on a motorcycle, especially a naked, can't be good for it.1st gens have front cylinder spark problems. Water accumulates in the spark plug wire hole and drowns the spark. Filling the plugwire boot with dielectric grease cures the problem.
Otherwise: When it rains, you get wet. When the roadway is snowy, you slip and maybe crash.
Wondering how the SV handles in ligth snow or rain...
Does anyone have experience riding it in such inclement weather conditions?
Any tips might help.
Yeah especially if you wear chaps LOL.Generally, I find that it funnels rain into my crotch.