My drive belt broke, and bike sat for about 6 months. Finally put a new drive belt on and when I engage the clutch, the rear wheel won't turn as it should. If I put it in neutral, it turns fine. The clutch has tension and I can feel it move through the primary oil access, but the bike won't roll. Any thoughts? Can a broken drive belt muck up a clutch, or could the clutch/tranny have siezed causing the drive belt to break? I didn't notice anything but a loss of drive when the belt broke, as you'd expect. No weird noises that I can recall. I've taken the rear wheel off before, don't know why anything would be different this time. I guess my question is, what (EDIT)happened to my hog, and what do I do now? I keep thinking it's something absolutely stupid, like a wrench in the drive belt, but that ain't it. I'm also afraid of dealers, and people who say 'rebuild'. The bike is a 2005 Sportster 1200C with about 20K miles on it.