Well I have lazy steering and highsided on a painted line at Duffy Lake today. Temperatures were ballpark 15 degrees in town, 3 degrees on site at 4:30pm after a beautiful day and I assumed the road was only wet. I am lucky I didn't hurt anyone with my incident.
The bike contacted the painted line and started to fall right but violently gained traction on the car tire track and slammed itself and me into the ground on the left.
If this crash occurred in a turn, without full gear, at excessive speed, or with an obstacle it would have been much worst. The mornings are nearly cold enough for this to happen to anyone please be careful. The gear did the job but the 3/4 length jacket zipped into the pants lifted to the side of the zipper and found some skin. The slick road didn't offer too much abrasion otherwise.
The impact from landing on both sides bent one rear tip over bar ~15 degrees onto the bag. The other bar bent 45 degrees opposite and rashed the bag. The only serious damage was a broken mirror from the initial impact and I rode completed the trip without error over the next 3.5 hours.
Feel free to flame, scold and judge as you see fit but please offer a piece of advice to avoid a highside and avoid painted lines... especially frozen painted lines.