The specific case at hand involves an SV, but I think the issue is equally relevant to the V-Strom. I hope I'm not violating any forum rules...
Yesterday, I came upon a couple guys who had pulled their bikes over to the side of the road. I stopped to see if they were having a problem. They couldn't get one of the bikes, an SV, to start after a tip-over. It wouldn't crank. (Eventually, we got it going by push-starting it.) I ran through the checklist of possible causes I was familiar with, but maybe I missed something. Besides the following, what should I have checked?
Plug below the clutch lever: It was connected. We unplugged and reconnected it to make sure.
Kill switch: Verified it was in the "run" position.
Kickstand: Put it in the "up" position before attempting to crank.
Tip-over switch: Cycled the ignition switch to the "off" then "on" position to reset it.
Must have missed something...
Blue 2007 DL650