Hi all, ie: EVO brake lock up on '02 1150RS So there I was riding a familar road about 40 miles from home this morning. Going up a familar hill about 50ish downshift to 5th to keep the rpms up, Feels like I'm slowing more than normal so I pull the clutch in and the bike slows way down, faster than it should for the momentum I should have had. As I pull off the road into the safety of someones drive I smell something burnt. As I get off to investigate I notice my left front disk is dis-colored, placing the bike on the center stand the front wheel is locked up. After a few choice words, which always work in these instances, I begin to investigate. I remove the calipier from the fork, looking for maybe something to be caught in the pads, nothing. Plenty of pad thickness left about 5/32. So it's not any metal to metal contact. I'm able to push the pads/ pistons back into the calipier. So I reasemble, pump up the handle to build pressure and have the pads contact the disk. Turn on the key to activate ABS, apply front brake several times, Get the familar whine, front wheel now spins free but a bit noisier due to the brake pads roughed up from temporarily siezing. No ABS fault lights prior to, during or after this other than the normal start up sequence. So rather than continue on, I head home. Not using the front brake, incase this happens again. Once home, ride around the local burb using ample front brake with no lock up. Was it a fluke? An ABS fault of some sort? I guess it's time to visit the dealer, or do the ABS system Flushing & Bleeding 101. Suggestions?