you already did what you need to do, stabilize the fuel and keep an eye on the battery so it does not self discharge
put the battery back in the bike, check your tire pressure, start it up and pick up where you left off the day you parked it
Nothing is going to go bad on the oil just sitting in the cold. If its due for an oil change take it for a short ride to stir it up, and then change oil and filter like you normally would.
Some people keep their oil for the 4000 mile recommended interval, even if its longer than one year. Others change it every 6 months no matter what. If you are running synthetic oil, I would keep it for the full 4000 mile distance, unless the bike is sitting for years.
The bike might feel just a bit off with the tank full of stabilized fuel. Nothing dramatic, or maybe its just from not riding for several months and it takes a few hundred miles to get in tune with the bike again. I usually try to run the stored tank down as far as possible before putting fresh gas in the bike.. but thats just me.
No mistakes on your part - nicely done.
Last edited by KCW; 03-06-2019 at 06:32 PM.