I recently got a 1969 trail 90. The bike is all original and complete, other than missing the air box. I bought the bike cheap ($150 for the bike plus a extra frame and 2 huge boxes of spare parts) because it didn't run. It had been sitting in a garage for 3 years and not moved or started. The gas tank was drained but it had oil in it. The kicker slipped really badly, to the point where there was no resistance on it at all. I could easily push it all the way through by hand. I took the clutch out to clean and inspect the discs and they look brand new. I put it back together and adjusted it. No more clutch slip! BUT... now I find that the motor is seized. Damn. I can stand on the kick pedal (I weigh ~155 lbs) and it wont budge. If I come down on the pedal HARD, it can get the pedal to move but the motor doesnt turn. I assume I'm forcing the clutch to slip?? Is this normal? What's going on here, am I damaging something else by forcing the kicker down and the motor doesnt turn? I tried to turn the motor over with the bolt that holds the stator to the crank... but its a pretty little bolt and I dont want to snap it off. No go here. Lastly, I tried to bump the bike to break it free... but no matter what gear I'm in it feels like neutral. I assume this is because of the auto clutch?? It feels like it shifts into N-1-2-3-4 just fine, but the back wheel turns freely in each gear. Is this normal? Is it possible to bump start a CT90? Is it supposed to 'free wheel' in every gear until you have it running and give it gas to engage the clutch? Thanks in advance for your help, I'm new to the CT and auto clutches! PS: Maybe this should go in 'battle scooters' or 'some assembly required'?? If mods feel like this is in the wrong place, feel free to move it.