One of those times it pays to work at an auto parts distribution center, eh?So I get up this morning as normal. Get my boots, jacket, helmet and gloves on. Throw the leg over the bike seat, hit the starter button, CLICK, CLICK, CLICK. Turn key off and back on. Same thing, well crap. Pull the battery real quick and jump in cage to head to work. Test the battery when I get to work, BAD. The battery is the one that was in the bike when I bought it 3.5 years ago, so no real complaints. There wasn't a date code on the old battery to actually see how old it was. Picked up a new AMG battery at work. Brought home, installed, bike cranks right up. Put meter on to check charging system, all good. This is the first time a battery has ever fail on me at home. In the past I've always been out somewhere. It's much easier with a failure at home.