I recently got my '02 WR426 out of the garage to get it ready for spring. I have started it over the winter several times, but I never really rode it around much. It started fine, but when I went to put it in gear from neutral with the clutch pulled in, the bike died because the clutch was not doing its job. I restarted the bike, and this same thing happened again a few times. I finally stopped the motor and put the bike in gear and tried pushing it a short distance while in gear. I restarted the bike once again, and it operated flawlessly. The clutch has not been abused at all, in fact, the bike has less than 500 miles on it. There was proper free-play in the clutch as well. In addition, the bike sometimes goes into neutral a little too easily on the very first upshift from first into second gear when the bike hasn't been ridden for a while. After it is warm, it never does this and shifts completely fine. Is there anything to be concerned about here, or is this to be expected when the bike is cold and hasn't been ridden for a while? I'm wondering if the oil just needs to be circulated a little? Thanks!