yes this will help any colder and I would start to look at insulated covers.
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Big negative the Shimano shifters need to pull 1.5 mm of cable per shift where as Sram only needs to pull 1mm.
On your seat post there is a stamp that will be in mm. (ex. 32.8) this is stamped right where the max insert line is.
Yes. the plate that slides inside the shoe is included
They are in tubular and clincher we just do not have any in stock.
It has wind stopper so it will block the wind nicely thus keeping you warm.
s, m, l These will go up your arms and tuck under your jersey sleeves. I would base it off the size jersey you wear. S-S, M-M, L-L unless you have abnormally long or short arms for you size.
as to when you start wearing the jacket is a personal choice when the weather turns cold I will start by wearing arm and knee warmers with va vest this makes it easy to remove items that can fit in jesery pockets. if it feels to cold for this then I will put on a light weight jacket which can also be stuffed in a pocket. then when it gets down around 35-40 degrees I move to leg warmers or tights and a jacket like this with a base layer under keeps me warm down to around 25 degrees. here are some great cool to cold weather optionshttp://www.backcountry.com/store/PLZ0246/Pearl-Izumi-Vagabond-Jacket-Mens.htmlhttp://www.backcountry.com/store/CST0101/Castelli-Nano-Arm-Warmer.htmlhttp://www.backcountry.com/store/PLZ0347/Pearl-Izumi-Vertex-Thermafleece-Bib-Knicker-Mens.htmlhttp://www.backcountry.com/store/GBW0052/Gore-Bike-Wear-Leg-Warmer-III.htmlhttp://www.backcountry.com/store/PLZ0262/Pearl-Izumi-Slice-Thermafleece-Cycling-Bib-Tight-Mens.html
This is a straight pull two cross lacing pattern.