I was just reading all the comments above last night about riding in the rain, and then I woke up this morning ready to ride to work. We’ve had rain, or threats of rain all week, and I was anxious to get out on the GS500F since we finally had a sunny day ahead, not to mention it was Friday. Unfortunately, we had a thick, heavy fog this morning. I got less than a mile down the road and my visor was fogging up real quick, on the inside and outside. I tried opening all the vents, but that didn’t help. Then I opened up the visor, hoping that would take care of it, then my glasses started fogging up. The fog was so thick, it was like a light rain hitting the outside of my glasses. What a disappointment. I ended up turning around and going back home to drive the cage in to work. If only it were about an hour or so later. If only I had been prepared. If only that fog had waited to come along on Saturday. Any additional tips for foggy mornings? Despite the sunny outlook for the day, I noticed there were not as many bikes on the road as I would have thought there would be. The fog must have ruined a lot of other peoples mornings as well.