I had a similar incident a few years back. Was in New Mexico..stopped to see a friend, was on a return trip to GA. After the stop, we continued on..looking for a campsite and a gas station..when the bike just stopped dead. Coasted to the side of the road (pulling a Bunkhouse trailer). Tried different things..engine would crank..but not start. Opened the tank to check fuel level and the fuel cap....cranked the engine a couple times and it started right up. Never had it happen again!Last weekend I got caught in a massive traffic jam on I-77
in North Carolina. Was stuck in traffic in 90 degree temps for over an hour and a half. The bike was up to the 60% mark with the fans running full bore. Finally got through but it wasn't clutching right but after driving at 60 for a few miles that started working normally. Then BOOM it just died nothing clutch out, Power gauge said battery was ok. Put it in neutral coasted to the side of the road. As far as I could tell no fuses blown (I carry a digital multimeter in the bike). The fuel filter was full of fuel I thought maybe the kill switch had gone bad. Checked it and it was good.
The bike would crank over but would not start. Someone comming back from Wing-Ding stopped to help and a Harley rider also, people are really nice. We finally discovered that the fuel hose on the engine side of the Fuel Filter was full of air for about an inch. Bled it out and the bike just ran fine no problems the rest of the 600 miles home.
Has anyone ever seen anything like this before.