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I’ve never really rode aggressively in cold weather (below 45), mostly just going to and from work or school every once and a while. My question is, how big of a role does cold pavement play in traction? I know cold tires + cold pavement = not good, but if you warm your tires properly, how much will the cold pavement affect you? Also, what are some good techniques in warming your tires up on cold days? I usually just start out slow and kind of weave back and forth in my lane to help warm the tires up a little. Then slowly increase my speed through every turn. One last question…I was thinking if you warm your tires up going through turns, and then hit a long road or highway, do your tires cool down again? I mean you aren’t using the sides of your tires anymore and I was wondering if the get cold again? I’m sorry if you think some of these questions are stupid, but I’ve read a few threads in the crash section about people sliding out on cold pavement + tires and I just want to be careful. Thanks!!