Originally Posted by Motowalt
Took the bike to my dealer...they advised that once my particular ABS sensed something was wrong (either with dirt on the sensor, or me not removing the front sensor during the knobby tire change) the bike would not reset the ABS and they had to reset it via their computer.
It seems to work fine now.
I agree that running knobbies on the street, I prefer not having the ABS on for better feel if not better stopping distances. FWIW
Interesting comment from the dealer. I bent the rear wheel sensor ring and the ABS light came on. After I straightened up the ring and then turned the bike on and off, the light went away.