Recently I had the clutch and brake hydraulic fluid replaced on my 1800. When I rode the bike home all seemed fine - it was ever shiftin gears smoother. After a week of rainy weather and having the bike parked in the garage, I started pulling it out to ride. I noticed that the hand break lever would not budge. I pressed it a few times and got it to move slightly. The bike was also hard to move, so I put it on the center stand and lifted the front wheel off the ground. I pulled on the front wheel to turn it, but it would only turn a few inches. As I pressed the hand break lever I felt both break calipers. I felt a very slight movement on left one, but no movement on the right caliper. After having a different mechanic work on it, the front wheel started spinning again, but the brake lever was almost as stiff as before. The mechanic assured me everything was alright. A few days later after a ride with many starts and stops, the lever felt very stiff again. So I again raised the front wheel but it would barely turn. Finally, I bled some brake fluid from the lower bleeder on the right caliper and the front wheel started spinning again. Does any have any ideas as to why a break fluid change done by a Honda dealer with the proper fluid, would cause this problem or what could have happened. Sorry for the long story.