Hi there guys, I own the '91 Suzuki Across GSXF250 I've already used the search button (on google and on NR) and I just cant seem to find the problem. It's been working fine recently but the battery seemed to be a bit off previously. It would be easy to start by doing a push start (clutch start or whatever you want to call it). The battery would recharge after a good 5-10 minutes riding allowing me to start it as per normal with no problems. Once I leave it over night, I would require to push start it. Only 2 days ago I accidently dropped it (RHS) from a standing position. Now I quickly lifted it back up, but 2 things went very odd when I tried to start it soon after. Initially the start button would make a cranking noise (tchtchtch) however it would not start. Thinking it was my battery, I attempted to push start the bike myself. By doing this I clicked into 2nd gear, held the clutch in and attempted to run. Now when I did this, I felt strong resistance in the rolling capacity of the bike. It felt like someone was holding on to the breaks when I am in gear. I tried this on 1st gear, same problem. The only gear that seems to be fine is neutral which gave me no resistance. No matter what gear I am in, even with the clutch in, the bike can move, but is very difficult with a lot of resistance. I left it for a few hours, attempted to push start the bike again with the help of my brother (because of the resistance). At this moment, when we pressed the start button, there was no sound at all. Our house is beside a hill, we used that. We got up to a good fast speed before attempting to engage the engine, however this did not work multiple times. I am currently charging the bike using a motorcycle charger a friend lent me, however I do not think it will work. I left it charging for 6 hrs, and the lights seemed to be extremely weak, however it made a noise this time (tchtchtch) The closest thing I can think of is something to do with the push rod, or starter. Can anyone confirm this? I am open to all suggestions, and thank everyone in advance.