Wish I'd seen this post before doing the very same thing yesterday, it was cold bike had sat in the wind for two hours and I hadn't gone 100 yards when I turned too sharply at 15 maybe 20 mph. Watching your bike slide away from you as you sit on the pavement sucks. I attributed my fall to the still fairly new tires and leaning the bike over to where the contact patch was the edge (chicken strip) portion of the tire that was slick. Roadway perfectly dry, ego and finger bruised. Glad I'm not alone but word to the wise if I had taken a more normal approach (faster-smoother) to the curve I wouldn't be thinking about body work this winter.