get a new clutch
if there is a clutch there, you have to.
they make it so the bike doesnt jerk around and stall when shifting gears and so you can shoot out of turns
If you notice slipping when starting off or changing gears after the clutch is completely released, if the pedal rises almost to the top before the clutch engages, if you have difficulty changing gears, or if when you press the clutch the clutch does not disengage completely.
Gears allow speed differentiation
You may have to have your clutch adjusted,
The clutch disconnects drive from the engine to the wheels. It is required to change gears.
CLutch is buggered or might just be the clutch cable
When shifting gears...
You will be unable to shift gears
no they do not. The cars go so fast they had to put in auto clutch, which changes gears automaticaly.You might crash if you changed gears manualy.
You may need to adjust your clutch or replace your clutch.
Sounds more like a clutch slave cylinder.
If the revs decrease as the speed decreases (in 3rd & uphill) then its not slipping, you don't need a new clutch, but if you are in any gear and the revs are increasing while the speed is decreasing, then the clutch is slipping.
You have not pressed the Clutch peddle to change the gears!!
Slowly and if you are good you can change gears without using the clutch. Takes a little practice and a good ear or feel for when the engie is running at the speed to change without the clutch.
try to make sure the clutch pedal is all the way down before you change gear. in no way shape or form should you have to floor the clutch everytime you shift gears, however, if you are still grinding gears while flooring the clutch, and if there isn't that little bit of give on the pedal i'd suggest adjusting or replacing the clutch.
Clutch is not adjusted properly.
I would guess that your clutch or transmission are bad. Hope that is just the clutch.
The clutch will not engage ,you will not be able to shift./// the clutch will not (disengage ) making it almost impossible to shift gears
the clutch is either worn, or needs adjustment if clutch is not the problemthe syncros on gears may be worn other than that, maybe driver error/are you dropping reves enough to change gears properly
the clutch pedal
yes it is and it has 5 gears
The clutch (transmission release) is likely malfunctioning, then simple momentum will allow the transmission to jump gears. For standard transmission, check the clutch plate. For automatic transmissions, there is a misalignment caused by wear or failure.