okay last night something weird happened on my new to me xr650r. i was trying to kick start it, but was getting tired (it started up first kick then stalled and was being stubborn). so i bump started it down this hill i was on. then i got to a light and i had the clutch in at first and it was starting to pull forward, so i started to go and when i started to release the clutch it totally engaged like i just let go completely and the front end went straight up. thankfully it didn't loop, but after i landed it i went to the next intersection and pulled in the clutch and nothing happened, it was like i had broken my clutch cable...but there was still resisitance on the cable. i rode for another block until i realized the clutch wasn't working at all. at that point i pull over and check out the cable. all was working as it should and i tried to adjust it. the adjuster near the lever was a bit stripped so i thought well maybe it was adjusted further out and just stripped just now. so i adjusted the other end of the cable about 3 times and each time it was still locked into being engaged. at this point i was at the end of adjustment so i decided to start it up, jam it into second and try to ride back to my hotel. so i do that, the bike lurches forward and goes about 20 feet when the clutch totally disengages...since it's was then adjusted so far out i didn't need to use the lever. so i pull over again, adjusted it back out, and viola it works fine. normally i'd take the clutch cover off to see if anything was fishy, but i'm in CO and my workshop is in CA. i'm just a bit worried about it since i'm riding it back to norcal and i don't want to be stranded somewhere because of this. so has anyone ever had this happen? could it have happened from a short..err...no warm up time? any guesses? the only thing i can really note is that when it was adjusted to the max it would make a rattling sounds when i pulled the lever, but i think that was just because it was adjusted so insanely far out. any guesses as to &%$#@! happened?