^This. (what SWVA said).
Plus, a low tire will be more difficult to move.
I back my Voyager out of my garage every morning. I have it started to get warm and in gear because my driveway is sloped and have to back between my cars and if I get cockeyed; I want to be able to pull forward easily.
Once you get the clutch to slip it shouldn't give that much resistance. But, you can try having the bike started and let the clutch out a little in gear. That should free everything up.
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Last edited by Scott_in_TX; 12-04-2012 at 12:45 PM.
Reason: Opened thread before 3rd post~~ clarified first line.