_What you're feeling is perfectly normal. There are two factors at work: First, even though the clutch is held in, pushing the bike turns the rear wheel and final drive, which turns the transmission output (counter) shaft, and whatever gear happens to be engaged. In turn, the output shaft will rotate the transmission input shaft, via the engaged gears, as well as the clutch hub and clutch driven plates. The only things not turning are the clutch drive plates, the clutch outer drum and the engine. All of those pieces create drag, and that's what you're feeling. Secondly, all those parts are running in engine oil, which creates a viscous drag-especially when it's cold.