Has it always done that? Will it try to creep after you come to a complete stop? If the bike keeps moving when the throttle is off, there is a issue with that. The dealer needs to take care of it. Most seem to completely disengage the clutch when speed gets real slow from what I have experienced and read.
As far as my issue with that first start of the day. Always let mine idle in neutral for a minute or so, long enough to put on helmet, get on the bike and get situated. The delay is not much but noticeable on that first takeoff. Then its ready to go with a blip of the throttle after that. Bike only has 1800 miles and never ridden in under 60 degree weather also.
I thought you could ride