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My bike only starts in neutral an will not stay started after i put in gear

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There is most likely something wrong with the switch that tells your bike that the kickstand is up, unless your kick stand is really down at this time. So you may want to investigate your switch or the wiring to the switch.
This is a safety feature on most bikes to prevent running down the road with your kickstand down

Hope this helps

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