Honda Rebel stalled and died while riding, wont start?

I m riding my Honda Rebel home from work, barely left the parking lot. I m crusing at 35 when suddenly the engine stalls (several times in a row it feels like), and the bike loses power. I stop and push it off the road. All the lights work, the turn signals work, my battery is showing full charge. Whenever I hit

I m riding my Honda Rebel home from work, barely left the parking lot. I m crusing at 35 when suddenly the engine stalls (several times in a row it feels like), and the bike loses power. I stop and push it off the road. All the lights work, the turn signals work, my battery is showing full charge. Whenever I hit the start button it sounds like the starter is freespinning and I can clearly hear that the motor is not turning over, let alone firing. What the hell is going on??
I took the bike outside earlier, put it in 5th got it rolling nice and good and then dumped the clutch and I did hear the engine roll over. Now when I hit the starter I get a clicking noise instead of a free spin. I checked the oil level and I think it mustve had a leak because the oil is running low. Possible that

I took the bike outside earlier, put it in 5th got it rolling nice and good and then dumped the clutch and I did hear the engine roll over. Now when I hit the starter I get a clicking noise instead of a free spin. I checked the oil level and I think it mustve had a leak because the oil is running low. Possible that the bike had only begun to seize?

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Casey:
I used to own a rebel. Very reliable bike. But, let a friend ride it and it came back with an oil leak on the main drive sproket. Since the rebel has no oil guage or for that matter, not even a light. You have no way to tell if the bike ran low on oil while riding it. I would first check the oil. I am guessing that you will find no oil on the dipstick. Probably what has happened is the bike ran a time with no oil. The piston got very hot and transfered all that heat to the starter drive component. Ruining both engine and starter. Not enough detail to know for sure what happened. But, this is my best guess. Probably the bike is toast. Time to get another rebel since they are so cheap.
Joe:
Weird that you have two seemingly unrelated problems.

The first sounds like it ran out of gas. The second could be a bad bendix on the starter, or a dead battery.

Time to start looking at things, do some googling, and maybe join a Honda Rebel forum.

guardrailjim:
The free wheeling starter is from a worn out, or damaged starter clutch.
Inside of that same engine cover is the "Pulse Generator".
Any broken off parts from either, can affect the other.
arseteroid:
That sounds really bad like a seized engine.
See if you can get it to move in gear like free roll down a hill then kick it into 1st or 2nd gear if the back wheel locks then you have a seized engine
McGrath:
Put gas in it and try push starting it .
Campbell:
Put gas in it and try push starting it .
Sutherland:
Put gas in it and try push starting it .
Brandon:
Put gas in it and try push starting it .
Hannah:
Put gas in it and try push starting it .