So here I am, riding along, minding my own business when I pull up to a light and pull in the clutch. The bike starts to buck and stall. Ok, *** I think, so I put it in neutral and walk her into a gas station. Bike starts right up, pull the clutch, kick her into first and the bike takes off on me. Some cosmetic damage and a bruised ego later, the mechanic tells me all but two of my clutch plates are frozen together. Now I rode all morning and the bike was fine. I'm thinking that as the bike got hot, everything expanded and seized together. Anyone have any experience with this? Oh, I should say its a 72 bonneville. When I go through the ritual of starting it, I always pull the clutch and kick it through a few times. After a new clutch and the bike sitting a while, even kicking it through felt like the clutch was stuck again, then it suddenly released. Could this be just from sitting? Never had a problem before, had the bike 18 years. Makes me afraid to ride it. Any advice would be appreciated.