Hey guys! I'm so sorry if this is a widely asked question - but searching for 'clutch' in a maintenance forum is full of results and it's like sifting through a pile of sand looking for a grain of rice! But I digress - onto my question. I don't quite have a problem (at least not yet) - more of an annoyance. Occasionally, when my bike has been running for a little while (say 20 minutes) - I lose the ability to slip him into neutral (say, after coming to a stop in traffic). By this, I mean I can feel the gear lever do that little 'half click' between 1st and 2nd gear, but the 'N' light doesn't come on, and letting out the clutch a little tells me it's still in gear (I suspect first). If the bike is running, I can either get it all the way to its destination (just without neutral), or the issue resolves itself shortly thereafter, with one or more attempts a bit later. I have an oil temperature gauge and it doesn't appear to be linked to being overly hot or cold. Otherwise, I haven't been able to pick up a pattern of context to explain what it could be caused by. About 2-3 months ago, I also had trouble getting the bike into neutral cold - when starting it. Curiously, when this occured, holding the clutch in, in an attempt to start the bike in first didn't work (when usually it does work). I'd tried wiggling the kick-stand, rocking the bike back and forth, and re shifting from 1st into neutral (and from 2nd into neutral) and couldn't find anything that reliably helped. (Eventually it just worked for reasons I do not understand) In the last month or so, I've not had this problem and have been able to start 'him fine each time. Two theories - one is just that it's got dirty oil - while I've topped it off once, I've not actually done a full oil change since I purchased this guy second hand in November last year. Maybe it's all gunky around the moving parts and some fresh oil will flush it all out? Second theory (and one mentioned by a mechanic as he checked my bike over) is that it's to do with my clutch plates themselves, and that it's worn down or otherwise needs replacing. So I'm curious to hear your ideas about these theories or any others - I'll be doing an oil change at the next possible opportunity as the definite next step and I'm hoping I don't have to pull my bike apart (or take it to a shop) for something more complex. Thanks for reading the novel! ha!