I know this is probably a very bad idea, but I'm going to go ahead and admit it. I'm scared to ride in the rain :scared. I've never done it, not sure if I ever want to, but I'm curious about it. This is one thing that prevents me from ever conceivably racing in the future. Is there a resource out there for learning to ride safely quickly in the wet? Do you learn more when you ride in the rain? I know 2-fast's website says you do, but I have a feeling that may just be marketing to get people to come out despite the weather forecast. Is it any fun if you have to slow way down? I always envision the ground being like ice when it's wet, but I'm sure there is more traction there than I realize. I usually ride slicks on the track so I would have to mount up some rain tires to get out there. I'm sure there are no solid rules, but what type of cornering traction do you have with rain tires, 50% of normal, 60%? What kind of straight up and down braking traction do you have? From those of you who do it, is it worth it? Is riding the track in the rain any fun at all, or just something you suffer through? I raced bicycles for years and hated racing crits in the rain, but I did it anyway and it was never as bad as I imagined it would be although the number of crashes increased exponentially. Sorry for all the questions, living in the PNW I know I can't avoid it forever, but should I keep trying? Any ideas ?