That's interesting, either you're unfamiliar with fuel pumps or your first world state is having a laugh.Just noticed this thread (due to resurrection) and a couple of additional observations...
1) I have noted that starting with bike in gear and hand pulling clutch in - slow cranks, takes more effort on the bike's part to start. Starting while in neutral and standing, no problem.
2) The gas conversation cracks me up - guys, how often do you think you get what you are paying for anyhow? The pumps that have one hose and 3 gas types are typically used by cagers and likely filled with the cheap stuff. Since we only put 3-4 gallons of gas into the tank, the first 1-2 gallons are whatever was last sold from that pump! So if you're lucky and noticed who just bought your perfect blend, it's a total crapshoot.
Hopefully these two observations help narrow things down. On my #1 scenario, that happened after bike was on charger for two days - perfect battery condition, weather in the 70-80f range. Should not be happening. But it seems there is a lot of parasitic drain on the engine by having the clutch lever pulled in. Not sure why - as doing that disconnects the tranny.
A pump station with 3 fuels will have three pumps underneath that cladding and each pump has its own pipe and gun. Just because each unit uses the same meter display does not warrant that the fuel gets mixed.
As for leakage current and battery cranking amps, to test your bike for battery drain simple disconnect the positive terminal and connect a amp meter in series between the battery terminal and the red cable. If there's any current drain you'll see the milliamps on the meter.