I have pre-empted this, because for me it may not only become a problem caused by not having ridden the bike for a few weeks. I'm away working a lot, so my DCT sits on a battery maintainer anyway.
What happens if you are on a trip, alone, miles from anywhere. You've camped out overnight. In the morning you hit the start button... clunk, click, click click. Nada!!
On checking, battery terminals are tight but the battery is flat. You are stuffed! Even more so if you are out of cell tower range and don't have a Garmin Explorer GPS comms unit (or similar). I have one, but that's not relevant here.
It's a DCT, even if you had a down hill stretch you can't bump start it, as the engine needs to be running for a clutch to engage in any gear.
Besides, even it were manual, on flat ground no single person will be able to push and bump start an Africa Twin.
My solution was to pre fit and run a jumpstart lead up under the front seat. It's a heavy duty cable permanently connected to the battery. Under the seat it terminates in a connector that I can simply plug into my Lithium jump start battery pack (that also has USB charging ports and a torch - flashlight in USA speak).
I carry the pack with me at all times as it also has crock clips and can be used to jump cars and other bikes, good Samaritan style
So, if I ever need to jump start my DCT, at home, in town or out in the boonies, I just lift the front seat, plug in and start. No need to pull any covers off or slide the battery out, which in my case also entails removing the left RockFox upper crash bar!