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Sounds like you have too much fluid in the master cylinder; such as if it's filled up to the top.

When you ride for awhile, the brake pads heat up simply due to drag. Some of this heat transfers to the fluid. The fluid expands. If your brake fluid is filled to the top, the fluid has nowhere to go and that force is transferred to the brake pads. They close more, create more heat, and the issue gets worse and worse. You stop riding and everything cools down.

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