@James Mclaren dropped by to show me latest mc22 purchase , it was a non runner when he picked it up , after unloading it off his Ute ii hit the button and it started straight up and sounded sweet as James’s partner had a quick spin on it and parked it up at the front of the shop. Later in the day, a couple of mates dropped by and hadn’t ever heard a 4 cylinder 250 so I was like here hold my water I hit the starter and nothing , it wouldnt go, I was in front of the bike and held the clutch lever in and tried again, Nothing. I asked my mate to kick the side stand up, hit the button and it started ... yay so I let the clutch out and it lurched forward punched me in the gut before stalling, it took the absolute wind out of me, we all had a laugh , mental note to self, check if it is neutral before starting a bike. Also probably best not to stand in front of it. You may now laugh at my expense , But it got me thinking , do you leave your bike in gear or in neutral when turned off ?