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My clutch handel dosent seem to be pulling, feels loose when I pull, and when I try starting (while clutch handel is pulled in) bike jumps foreword, help me

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When clutch handle is squeezed the cable is broken or has came loose at clutch lever at tranmission. check if clutch lever at transmission moves when clutch handle is squeezed. reattach cable or replace as required

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Try to adjust your clutch lever by adjusting the cable

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