It could be the ignition switch. On mine, if I turn the key out too far clockwise, then it won't start, meaning no click or turning over at all. However, if I turn it counterclockwise just a bit, then it would turn on. Also if my handlebar is turn all the way to the right, then it won't also start.
You could try to start the bike with the handle bar in various position to see if it starts. Also try starting it with the key in different position. Obviously it still has to be in the on range of course. Just slightly turn the key left or right to see if that helps.
Don't take my word for it. I'm just a foolish newbie.
When in doubt, just know that I am only joking around.
Top speed is 112 mph at ~7900 rpm
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