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I'm an instructor in the UK and ride in the rain a lot, everyone has covered all of the points needed, plenty of space to the vehicle in front, treat your visor, good wet weather gear, if your boots leak gortex socks are amazing.

The biggest thing for me is attitude, you have to embrace it, if you start out thinking "this is going to be a terrible ride" it will be, as someone has already said, you can ride a bike almost as hard in the rain as in the dry but you need confidence in your bike, tyres ability, starting off with the right mental state goes a long way to giving you that confidence.

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