Haven't ridden in two months. Turn the key to ON. Neutral, clutch in. Hit the start button. I here a click, all lights go out. Wait two minutes. Turn the key on, dash lights come back on. Can do this over and over. Fuses are good. I have a charger on the battery now but the meter showed 12 volts. What else can I check ? It's in the 50's in Jersey. I WAS going for a ride...
12 volts is a bit low for the battery.
12.5 -13.2 volts would indicate a good battery with a full charge.
Has the battery been exposed to freezing temperatures in the past two months while it has not been ridden?
Is it a regular wet cell that you have to add water to occasionally, or a maintenance free AGM battery?
If a wet cell, is the electrolyte level between the full and add lines?
The click you hear is the starter solenoid/relay under the right side cover.
It seems to be working properly, but there is not enough power left to spin the starter.
Give the charger a few hours to top up the battery and try again.
If that doesn`t work try boosting with your auto battery.
If that doesn`t work, disconnect the bikes battery and hook the booster cables directly from the car to the bikes battery cables and try again.
Be sure to keep the positive clamp from touching the other clamp or bike frame.
You can also connect the positive clamp directly to the terminal on the bottom of the starter. If the starter turns over then, you have eliminated it as the problem.