When the bike is completely cold, in gear, and the clutch pulled, is it normal for there to be resistance? In first, you can definitely feel the resistance but it isn't enough for it to turn the engine over. The clutch seems to operate well enough when I'm riding around, but when I shift from neutral I can feel it jump slightly. Also after a while of riding around at slow speeds and using the clutch, it gets a lot harder to shift and almost impossible to find neutral. I have a feeling the cold resistance is just because the oil is cold and thick, but I want to be sure before I burn out the clutch prematurely. I have no idea about the other symptoms. Maybe they're normal, too. Is there any procedure for checking and adjusting the clutch I should follow? Thanks.