I gave the above mentioned bike to one of my sons after retiring five years ago. Bought the bike for my then GF in Idaho to ride when we took off on trips to California. I warned him that the last fuel I used was E10 (out of necessity), and that he needed to get the fuel out and replace with non-ethanol fuel ASAP. His riding was limited to short neighborhood jaunts just to keep the bike ‘running’. He told me that when the fuel got low, that he added non ethanol fuel to the tank. His riding continued to be short neighborhood jaunts. On his last ride in the ‘hood, the bike stalled mid turn, and would not restart. He pushed the bike home. Bike has been on a CTEK charger continually since I gave it to him, so battery is ‘fresh’. Any ideas as to where the problem may lie? I suppose residual ethanol could have finally solidified and clogged the injectors. I have a GS911, and will hook it up as the next time I travel to Savannah. I gave him a copy of the REPROM when I gave him the bike. Side stand switch was replaced by dealer (Idaho) in the bikes first year. Is there a bypass-able fuel pump controller like the R1200’s have? I have the Burns Moto cable for my R1200GSA. Have stators been a problem on these bikes like in the F650 thumpers?