Passed my license test roughly a week ago and have had my Honda CBR300R just sitting in my office's garage for over 2 weeks just waiting to be ridden. Weather in Sydney has been bad recently so I ended up riding it on Saturday night. This was literally my first ride after doing the course, never rode my bike prior to this so finding out the friction point and how much more forward and aggressive the seating position is was interesting. Boy was that fun though! Feels great riding down the road and experiencing 60km/h rather than the 20km/h you get doing the Pre-Learner was a real eye-opener and it was a blast. Leaning in and doing corners was just so much fun. Until I hit a mechanical failure. Bike would start and stall even with clutch held in. Luckily, I stopped at lights and was able to roll it to the gutter and mostly out of the way of cars while I had my hazard lights on frantically trying to figure out what was wrong. Eventually, another rider saw I was having issues and he got off, helped me roll my bike up into an abandoned house's driveway and I was able to contact a mate that lived nearby that came out to help me. Turned out the the nut holding the clutch cable to my actual clutch lever had gotten loose and that's why my clutch felt super loose and when engaged was really doing nothing... Quick 30 second fix and back on the road and still had a blast riding the last 15 minutes back home. Really gotta hand it to the riding community, most helpful group of people ever. 10/10 would do again.