So I went to pick up a shiny red 2004 ZZR250 with a few scratches on the left fairing, but in good working order. Mate rides it back, enjoyed it despite dropping down from a 900cc Honda thing, leaves it with me. Took it for a spin, forgot L plates, 35 terrible gear changes, couple of stalls, ran a stop sign then had troubles taking off once I realised I'd missed it and stopped in the intersection (thankfully a very quiet street).... Was not the brightest of starts! However - was all set to go again, but for some reason 20m from home I decided to forget everything, gave the throttle way too much, dropped the clutch, half wheelied, dropped it down, did the same thing again and then this time we both decided we'd had enough and fell over doing about 10k's per hour, much to the amusement/horror of a very nice lady who helped me up and reckoned she'd never had such a good laugh and then felt so bad... So, now the right fairings are all scratched up, I left my pride on the ground and broke the brake lever. :nopity: Funny thing now though, despite it all happening on the right side, the clutch lever now barely does anything. I'm a massive mechanic novice, but now when I pull the clutch in to move the bike it's got a heap of resistance, like it's doing nothing at all. If I start the bike in first with the clutch in, it'll kangaroo hop a little and then die. Knocking it into first without throttle is the same result - and without a front brake I can't do any more testing. Just after an idea of what might be wrong. It ranges, in my head, from clutch cable loose to completely f--ked and you've gone and destroyed your bike. Any help mercifully appreciated.