Notice that my bike is running (far right) at the pic above. Before we stopped for lunch I had problems starting my bike. So MilT was kind enough to jump start me. Bump staring that bike is a real PIA. The non believers quickly found this out while we were getting lunch and my bike would not start. So the Ghost came up with a clever plan to run some wires out of the battery and leave them hanging out the sides of the bike so we didn't have to take off all the shit that needs to be taken off to get to the battery and we could jump start it easier. Great idea. I actually have done this on all my other bikes with heavy gauge SAE plugs. But this was crudely put together and by the morning of day 2, every time I would touch metal on the bike (especially the brake lever) I would get a nice shock. :eek1 So as we were waiting for the rear end of the group to catch up to s I decided that it was either me not braking for the remainder of the ride or take these wires off. By that time I'd been able to start the bike without issue a few times so it was probably a weak connection of the battery and not the battery itself.