Well here is a tip one that is somewhat obvious but is often neglected.
If you happen to be riding on snow it is a brave person that will use the front brake in fact it is most unlikely that you will be able to stop or even slow down with the front brake, use only the back brake very gently, if the front goes the chances of you keeping control is very low, if the back goes you have a much better chance of controlling it.
However if you have a bike that has linked brakes you’re screwed because if you touch the brakes at all you are likely to end up down on the ground.
If you have ABS and you ride on snow the chances are it will get clogged up and become useless in fact quite dodgy as the brakes will snatch.
If you happen to own a deauville 700 and it snows leave the bike where it is and walk as they just don’t like snow and you will probably drop it, the one good thing is you may get lucky and only do minor damage, it is the hardest bike I have ever ridden in snow.
Also smooth throttling and give yourself plenty of room to stop look way ahead and keep an eye behind you because it is probably one of the only times a car driver can have fun in their car and get away with it without too much explanation.
Small bikes are better on snow than the big bikes plus much easier to pick up.
There used to be a substance made by jaguar that you could spray on your tyres to give them grip in the snow for short periods of time but for some unknown reason never put out for bikes.