Originally Posted by Burnszilla
The purpose of the switch is to shut the ABS off for a day of dirt riding. So, I would say it accomplishes that. Turning the ABS on at the end of the day by flicking the switch and turning the ignition of and on isn't a big deal imho.
Except that every time you power down the bike when you stop, next time you fire it up, ABS is on.
I don't know anyone that rides all day without shutting the bike of for lunch and a few breaks.