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Not much info to go on here (like YEAR/MODEL!!!!)

If you have carbs (instead of fuel injection, see why the YEAR/MODEL is important?), pull the float bowl(s) and see if it has gas in it.

If not, gas isn't getting to the carb(s).

Could be plugged fuel line/filter, or the gas tank isn't venting.
I even had a bike that the o-ring in the petcock swelled up, and blocked the fuel flow.

If gas IS getting to the carbs is could be a plugged up jet(s) in the carb(s).

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