My riding (at least at present) is predominantly on pavement, on pretty hefty bikes (FJR and a Monster 1100). I have recently found, however, that a portion of my rides are on a mile or so of dirt road. When dry, no problem. But, when wet, it's that lovely slime that only Vermont can do so well. While I'm sure many will suggest I get a dirt bike or adventure bike, I'm interested in input from those who spend a lot of time on dirt as to how, a pavement-guy like me, should/can handle the slime. Easy on the throttle and little or no front brake seem to make sense. BUT, in the event of a rear tire slide, what suggestions? Even better -- what's the best technique to make turns in those conditions? Thanks, from a dirt neophyte.