No offense intended, but if this is your first bike, how do you know ABS adds extra braking distance?Some portion of my way to work is slippery with mud over asphalt when it rains. ABS adds good amount of extra braking distance in such condition.
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You maybe right. My Dunlop stock tires may not be suitable for such winter condition too.No offense intended, but if this is your first bike, how do you know ABS adds extra braking distance?
Think it may be the slick mud that adds braking distance, and the ABS keeps you upright?
I think that the "is ABS better in the wet?" question has been asked and answered in the affirmative a number of times. Not only is the control better but the stopping distances are shorter.When it is dry I can use front brakes with confidence thanks to ABS. But I believe locking rear tire can be better in wet surface. As you said it is my first bike and I don't know. Did somebody test it?