Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Louisville, KY, Southern Indiana, & Montgomery, AL
Not sure you are getting help here
Read several of the responses and can't quite figure out what the oil has to do with the throttle issue, or the clutch for that matter. If it is gaining speed, the clutch has to be out all the way for it to engage.
Unless they are saying that it wasn't completely out and was gradually letting itself all the way out, which WOULD allow for an increase in speed as it disengages.
This could be a sticking throttle line, sticking enrichers, and, I guess, a sticking clutch. Grease all your lines, blip and release the throttle (you don't have to have the bike running to do this) to make sure it is free and returns to it's original position.
Meanwhile, I assume that you have taken a motorcycle safety course (?) or something that assists you in learning how to ride. Those guys usually will also assist in figuring out these kind of issues. Making friends with local folks that have experience and TOOLS is a great way to spend the afternoon and for a six-pack of your favorite brew, you can get alot of information and skills.
Enjoy! Oh, a disclaimer is required, "don't drink and then drive."