Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: East Central Iowa
Listen bud, we can help you with your motorcycle, but you're on your own with the 'ole lady............
First thing I'd check is your linkage adjustment, and the linkage itself. #1, check to see if the shift lever is hitting something in it's travel, especially if you use the heel peg for up-shifting you might not have noticed if the front of the shifter has dropped.
#2 also check to see that the ball joints and lock nuts on the ends of the linkage are tight and in good shape, those things have a bad habit of loosening up and causing issues. #3 check that the shift lever is tight where it goes in the trans, they'll loosen up and cause problems also.
If none of the above shows a problem, and you haven't changed riding shoes lately, it's likely a shift drum or fork problem, which will likely need to go to see your local wrencher dude.
2015 RGU CVO........under continuous change......