Hi all, new to biking and first post. very similar trouble here to this bloke https://netrider.net.au/forums/showthread.php?t=126580&highlight=brake+stuck#.T3gCtjEhJI0 I had a stationary drop on a brand new Honda VTR250 600k's on the clock while at the lights - just lost balance and very embarrassing. Fell over to the LEFT and the only damage I could see was a scratched oggy knob, bent clutch lever and gearshift knob. Only had to replace the clutch lever as we could easily rebend the gearshift knob. On 3 cold start rides since, whilst riding I suddenly noticed the bike getting heavier and heavier -> the back brakes were definitely locking up mid ride, burnt my finger touching the heated disc (which is on the RIGHT side of bike - so no warping that I can see). Stopping and pumping the back brake pedal seemed to release it. The first time it happened, the mechanic had a quick look and said he couldn't see anything wrong with the free play of the rear lever (wasn't jammed) or rear brake assembly. Rear brake fluid level normal. This was when I went straight to the mechanic after dropping it the same day after work yesterday. It happened two more times subsequently today, each time when I first started riding it within the first 15min up to 60km/h speeds and had to pull over as bike got heavier. It is really strange, like when I stop initially as the bike is not cooled by moving air, it gets even harder and harder to move whilst at at standstill till I pump rear brake pedal it to "release" the stuck rear brake. However, whilst riding the next ~10km or so, using the either front or rear brake - they both worked normally, and rear didn't jam anymore once the bike had "warmed up". There is no obvious kinks on any of the brake lines. I have noticed though there is NO fluid visible on the front brake fluid container level on the right handlebar - there was some in there before I'm sure (is this the master cylinder?) It is in a normal upright position. I can't remember if this happened right after the fall - did not notice any leaking fluid around the front brake lever or anything. Can this be causing problems with my rear brake though?? Any thoughts? help!