Hi, I am new to this group. I had purchased a 2019 G310GS new this past year. I got it in October, then had to garage it through the winter. I am re-learning how to ride on this small bike and intend to eventually use it for light off road/trail/"adventure" (and get a 2nd bike to road use). Here is my issue: after a few hundred miles, I began to notice the the bike would occasionally not upshift (usually 2 to 3, sometimes 3 to 4). The shifter just kind of gets stuck and doesn't move, the bike will then shift after I push up on the shifter once or twice. I explained the problem when I took the bike in for its 600 mile service. The service guy looked at me quizzically then said it would probably go away after they did the first oil change and clutch adjustment. I am now at about 1350 miles and of course the issue persists. I might go 200 miles without it happening once, then it will go through a period where it sticks with every 3rd or 4th attempt to upshift out of 2nd. It is not a catastrophic issue, but it is extremely annoying and sometimes makes it difficult to accelerate into traffic. The dealer is a solid 2 hours away and I am certain that if I take it back there to get it fixed, the bike will be going through one of it's "honeymoon" phases where it shifts fine and that's what they'll tell me: "it's fine". They certainly didn't seem to interested in chasing the issue down when I first told them about it. As such, I am a bit hesitant to take it back there unless under duress. Does anyone have any experience with this or recommendations? Thanks!