Hey all- Good morning from a brisk NYC (8deg f). Was wondering if anyone might be able to shed some light on something for me. When I ride to work on the coldest days like today I notice a bit more rolling resistance in neutral for the first few minutes of my ride. Not a crazy amount- but I know how she feels, so I notice it. My theory is that the grease in the bearings stiffens up in the cold and after a few minutes of friction and rotation they warm up and resume normal rolling resistance. Does this sound accurate?