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Bike would die out during ride

I turn the ignition on, I hear fuel pump, the bike starts up quick does not sound like battery is low. After a good warm up I operate the bike and during the ride about 50-60mph the bike would just bog down. I pull over and try to start it up again, I hear the fuel pump go on, it would crank but it wont turn over. I shut off the ignition and wait for about 10-15 minutes. I start it up again and the bike cranks up and I begin to operate it to my destination. This occured about four times last night. The second and fourth time it had a hard time starting up and the battery started to get weaker. I had to wait longer because of the battery getting weaker. It eventually started up after waiting for about 30 minutes, I luckily made it to my destination and now concerned about riding it again. The only aftermarket part on the bike is the exhaust. It started right back up the following day as if it was brand new. Hope you have a remedy for this problem..Thank You!!!

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