I want to caution commuters that ride in the rain. I rode in today just to do an update like this and tell you what to watch for. An here is what I found:
Riding on the street may be safer once again for another reason. As I rode on the trail in a very light rain, I noticed the creek bridges were slippery as expected. Be careful not to change direction or brake suddenly on the wet wood. Also, some of you may have some of these repaired bridges where they put a plate of metal from the sunken concrete up to the wooden bridge. These two foot long metal plates are very "SLIPPERY WHEN WET". I had to turn at the end of the bridge and must of been on the metal and went down very fast. So please be careful out there. Some things are not as they appear.
And, on the way home in the dark and rain, it is hard to see walkers and runners with no lights. Again, I feel safer in the street for that reason.
P.S. The crash was nothing too bad with light rash and just a limp for now. Will see how the knee does as the days go on. It feels better on the bike than walking right now so that is a good sign.