This morning while riding to work, I noticed that it was harder than usual to shift gears on my 1999 Suzuki Intruder 1500LC. I had to 'pump' the clutch lever several times, and it was still difficult to shift. On the way home, it was nearly impossible to shift, even after pumping the clutch lever several times and forcibly 'jamming' the shifter into gear, which made for an interesting ride home. At a stop, even with the clutch lever pulled all the way in, the bike still wanted to go forward. I can no longer find neutral because of the hard shifting issue. Before this issue, there was really no shifting issues other than the occasional popping out of gear, which apparently is a common issue with this model bike. I have read several posts on other sites about this problem, and it seems that it could be anything from a bad slave cylinder to stuck clutch plates to bleeding the clutch system. Any ideas? Obviously, the bike can't be ridden in this condition. I have an appointment with the bike shop on May 4, and I would like to go there with a little information about this problem. Thanks.