I made the mistake of purchasing a 2012 triple black GSA from Pike's Peak Motosport. The actual purchase was quite stressful and not an experience i would like to repeat. To make matters worse, I went to start the GSA last weekend and it would not start. I completely depleted the battery trying to to get it to start (mind you, this bike has only 87 miles on it). I called Pike's Peak on Thursday and asked for the service department. After i explained my problem to the gentleman that answered my call (no name given), he placed me on hold. After waiting on hold for 30 mins, I gave up and hung up. On Friday, same ordeal, but I hung up after 15 mins. Is this normal for this dealership? Right now, I have a $22k bike that wont start and the dealer who sold it to me refuses to talk to me. I'm frustrated and am thinking of taking it to a dealer in Albuquerque (I live in Durango), but after the Colorado Springs experience, I'm weary of BMW dealers. Before anyone starts to throw out potential fixes, I'm not interested in fixing this bike myself. I paid a shitload of money for it and i expect it to run for more than 100 miles. Any thoughts on how to get the dealer to fix this? Any way I can get the dealer to pay for a tow from Durango to Colorado Springs or Albuquerque? Thanks for any advice.