So I dropped by my Dealer today on my 2.5 month-old SG to pick up some goodies. Bike has 1,100K on it, and had it's 1K Service last week. So I am coming to a light, grab the clutch lever to downshift- and my clutch cable SNAPPED!! :bigsmiley15: I checked it at the lever, and I could see it still attached, so it must've snapped somewhere in the middle, or down in the tranny case where I couldn't get to it. Luckily, since it's brand-new it's covered <I hope- it should be>, and I have Roadside Assistance with my complimentary year of HOG Membership that came with a new purchase. I know a clutch cable can break, but isn't this highly unusual? Could the other Dealership that did the 1K Service last week missed something important that could cause this? I could tell that they adjusted the clutch; it was tighter when I picked it up. Throughout the ride today I felt it loosening up. Any idea what could've happened- other than just a bad cable that snapped?? Seems unlikely... Thanks!!