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Try checking the choke to see if it is sticking. Add a bottle of carburetor cleaner to the gas and see if you can free up the internal workings of the carburetor and possibly clean it. You could have a clogged jet. Depending on how old your bike is and how bad the gas you have been running in it, your fuel filter could also be clogged. If the fuel filter is full of gunk, drain your tank, replace the fuel filter and fill the tank with clean gas.
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