JCee- the only fuses are in the juction box right? I check them with the volt meter and they all are beautiful.
I have no idea whats wrong but i really don't want to take it in to a shop.
From what I can tell, the 30A main fuse is in the junction box. So if that tested good, here's what I would do.
Make sure the battery is good. I'd actually take it out and go to a parts store and have it load tested.
If its good and with a good charge , I'd find and print out a wiring diagram like THIS
Then its time to get the voltmeter and start testing. By looking at the diagram, the first thing I'd check is for power at the white wire of the ignition switch. If you have 12v there, them check the Y/RY side while pressing the switch. Again, I'm new to the Vulcan world, but I know on some Hondas this is the weak link and a very common failure. If it's bad, sometimes a good cleaning will fix it.
Then from there just continue to the starter relays, etc. Also check the starter lockout/neutral switches the same way, checking from the starter circuit relay >starter lockout> Neutral switch in order. If you just kind of follow the circuit from the 30 fuse and check at each side of each device, it shouldn't be that bad. If you get stuck, just yell.