In the meantime, it's safer and a whole lot cheaper to let the bike warm up and squeeze the clutch lever a hal dozen times or so before taking off.
It's a common malady of a wet clutch.
It'd be a shame to put in a new clutch, start the bike and take off and find out it does the same thing on occasion
Patriot Guard Rider
2000 VN750 Sere (Serendipity)
1990 GL1500 (Ole Blue)
1986 VN750 EVie (project bike, heavy custom)
VROC # 11628 / 25000-H
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OKVROC # 18 (H)
TNVROC # 45 (H)