I have a new XR250R, which has hardly been broken in. I had put no more than 100 miles on it since I purchesed it two weeks ago. It is 100% factory set. I put on the first 80 miles in temp above 60degF. Let me tell you, that after 25years without sitting on a bike, it felt like heaven ! Seems that I hadn't forgotten how to ride in all that time!!! This last weekend however, I went riding in temps hovering around 35degF. I could barely finish 15 miles before the trail beat the crap out of me. Even the smallest bump rose up the handlebar and thrashed my arms. This brings me to my question.... According to the "Honda" manual, if the initial stages of the suspension are too stiff, I should raise the oil volume , and decrease the damping . It doesn't say anything about riding in the cold air of the Great White North ( of the US that is )( BTW.. EH !! to all you Canadian neighbors, the true "GWN" ) Any recommendation about setting the forks for cold weather ????