Do you need to pull in the clutch lever to start it?
If so - then check the wires/switch around the clutch lever - if it went down on the lhs you might have damagd the switch or dislodged the wiring - if this is the problem then poke the clutch lever switch in with a screwdriver or something while hitting the starter you should get it started.
Yeah… And if they need the clutch in, it stands to reason that there’d be a switch.
But my brain was only thinking about the fact that I dropped my bike, and wasn’t up to the advanced logic required
The only saving grace here, is neither was the AA man who arrived. He couldn’t work it out, so he just shorted the starter motor to get me running and off I went to Pole Position. Greg thinks I’m a spaz too