On Sunday afternoon, I found myself crossing the steel grating of the James River Bridge in the midst of an enthusiastic Virginia downpour (first time I was able to cool off all day). As the Wing did it's little steel grating dance, it gradually started drifting toward the edge of my lane. In that situation, I had a strong instinct that anything I did to change speed or direction would surely drop the bike. Fortunately, the steel grating on the James River Bridge did not last long enough to warrant a change of underwear, but I know there are other bridges out there where the grating spans a much longer distance. When crossing steel grating, should you ignore instinct and steer the bike as usual, or is there some technique that works better?