The riding season in southern Ohio is fading quickly. We'll still have some good weather ahead and I try to get it out every now and then even in cold temps, as long as it's not freezing. I've ordered new tires (Commander II's), as I think I've found the best price around (JakeWilson) and I know they're likely to go up upon the arrival of a new year. Seems everything usually does. My OEM Dunlops are aproaching 11000 miles, and are not totally absent of tread, but they're on my 2007 Custom and I feel with their age and miles they are about done. So, would it be better to have the new tires installed and get some break in before the real cold stuff moves in, or just store them and have them installed in the spring? The bike will be stored in my attached garage of my house. Just asking to see if there is some consideration I may not have thought of. Thanks.