While I was trail riding today, I tried to cross a small trench, about 2 feet wide by 1 foot deep. The other side, right along the edge, was pretty dense shrubage. I thought the bike would just push over the growth, but It stopped my bike. The front wheels were in the shrubs and the back wheels were in the trench against the facing edge digging in. I put my weight to the back and rode the clutch pretty hard trying to get it to bite. I eventually had to push it out. When I got back on to ride off, the clutch was slipping badly. I shut it down to let it cool alittle and then started back to camp. I made it over a couple small hills and then on one hill it just quit hooking up. Unfortunatly, Honda didnt put an open end wrench in the tool kit to adjust the clutch so I had to use my buddies Predator tool kit. I turned out the clutch cable at the case and it got me back to the truck. Now, did I damage the clutch, or did I just get it real friggin hot? I havn't messed with it since i got home about 6 hrs. ago. Should I readjust the clutch back to it's original location, or did I just cut it's life in half?.......oh, and by the way, my fan works.