Hi Martin. Thanks for replying. For selecting neutral my trick is keep the bike I’m motion before going to neutral.
There shouldn’t be any air in the hydraulics. I’ve had a few life time bikers ride my bike and a few engineers have felt it. (None think its right) and a service at just under 800 miles did the full shabang.
Funnily enough in the last day or two I’ve put 300 miles on it. Yesterday it reared its ugly head, but the 100 miles I did today it was silky smooth. Its odd as it seems to have moods depending on when I start the bike.
Thanks For your response though. I’m going to ‘thrash’ it some more with the good weather and report back in.