Hey Guys, I have a 2004 DR-Z400S with 5,700 miles on it. It was running fine when I parked it last week. Yesterday I put it on a trailer and drove 2 hours. A short part of that was on a bumpy dirt road. Transmission was in neutral while on the trailer. At the trailhead when I tried to start it, the starter would crank for a fraction of a second then stop, as if meeting too much resistance. I thought the battery was weak, even though all the lights lit up as normal. The battery lives on a tender all the time. My buddy and I went to push start it, and that is where I got stumped. With the engine off, in neutral, clutch either engaged or disengaged, I can push the motorcycle easily (normal). With the engine off, in 1st, clutch engaged, I can't push the motorcycle at all (normal). With the engine off, in 1st, clutch disengaged (lever squeezed), I can barely push the motorcycle; there is a LOT of resistance. A little more resistance than when in neutral would be normal, but this was a LOT of resistance. It felt as if the clutch was not fully disengaging. Clutch cable adjustment had not changed during the trailer ride. But I tightened it anyway. It made no difference. I did not try to jump start the motorcycle because I don't think the battery is weak. The tender indicates it is fully charged. Also, if something is binding in the transmission or the clutch I don't want to break anything by cranking the starter with my car's much bigger battery. I searched but could not find anything. Maybe I am using the wrong terms. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.