I took my completely stock 1975 Mighty Green CT70 to the local bikes and breakfast on Sunday. Usually, I take one of my built up bikes or some other custom because I usually go out for a ride afterward, but this day I had a lot of chores and it was a little rainy, so i figured I'd take this one out. This bike has 650 original miles on it and is still sporting the original tires. It does run perfect and will reach a smidge over 40 on the flat, but the winding, hilly road to the destination means that my speed is all over the place, and in some areas, I have to downshift to 2nd to pull. Anyway, just before you get into town, there is a sharp left turn. The roads are wet, but it's only drizzling at this point. I decide to make the turn at about 25-30mph which is about as fast as I take them on my other CT's...well...old hard stock tires didn't like that too much. I received a good test of my skills. I have never had the back end of a bike skid out as far as the ct70 back end came out....I want to say that it was probably at about a 45 degree angle to the front tire and basically drifted around that corner. I didn't drop it or even go in the other lane...but it was really scary. The guys behind me from another group came up once we parked and asked if I did that on purpose...they thought i was messing around. So, for all you guys out there rocking your old hard tires, be careful on the road with them...especially wet road. 25-30mph doesn't seem too fast but it will hurt if you come off. I would have been in someone's fence if I did.