Negatory on the PC. Battery condition is questionable though, especially since the longest ride I've taken her out on is 45 minutes tops thus far. A lot of short practice sessions, maybe that's killing it.
That pretty much describes what I've been doing for a few years now and I don't have that problem. There's a few things you can do to test things.
1. hook up a fully charged car battery as a jump.
- you can jump straight to the starter and this would tell you about a voltage drop.
you'd be looking for how fast the starter turns the engine.
2. you can pull the plugs and check them out. See if they are all the same color. I had an issue with one bike where the starter switch would cut the power not just to the headlight, but somehow screwed up the voltage to the coils. About the only way to test this would be a timing light and crank the engine while the kill switch is on.
Spark during crank can be different, you might be getting lower voltage to the coils while cranking.
Are you allowing the fuel pump to pressure up or do you crank as soon as you turn the key? I wait until the gauges go thru their process and the fuel pump stops.
Another thing you can do is make a video of it while you're starting it. We can listen to the crank speed, might be poor ground to the starter.