I've found - several times now -:doh: - one thing you don't do with the 900, and it appears, the 1130 as well, is switch her off before she's properly warmed up. If you start it - ride it. Otherwise the plug/s will be oiled up the next time you attempt to start. Chances are high that one plug will not spark. At that stage, it's best to replace them all.Had the same thing. I picked the bike up after it's first service and rode 50 metres around the corner to the shop. It then refused to start even with additional battery packs. Turned out the plugs had totally foulled up and would not spark. Shop had to replace them to get it going.
Also check the "kill switch" on the right side. This happened to me once when I had almost drowned the battery before I recognized it. Didn't know how it happened as it was at a road crossing.Hi Mike just double check that the bike is definately in neutral. If its not in neutral it will spin over but not fire