Oh ugh, forgot about a few occasions my bikes have hydroplaned on puddles, but only short few yds then got slowed to grip again. Fatter tires float better of course, which is a real issue to me on dry tarmac turns when their surface liquifies.
Would need big knobbies I'd think on rear or may just sink a dozen yds out. There is one other weird surface to cross, a few feet deep polish pea gravel they use to catch run away trucks in mt's here. Felt like dog paddle slow while doing a 45 degree wheelies for a minute on end trying to keep the front on top and not spin out in place or loose forward motion to sink in place. Bike bobbed up and down like in water till finally got over to solid surface and almost didn't climb on out.
Throw yourself at the ground and miss!