I was just talking about lithium battery storage in general - what I read and found; most of it not specific to motorcycles, just the batteries.
And *ideal* scenarios.
But the takeaway from my research is that these things are fairly bullet proof and amazingly resilient. Thus my idea just to leave the thing alone, not even bother with trickle charging.
The battery on my ATAS is probably the lowest thing on my list for maintenence. I plan to just flat out leave it alone and see how well it behaves over the years (maybe disconnect the neg. lead for winter storage). I'm guessing the difference between going crazy and storing away from the bike in ideal temps at ideal charge levels makes little real measurable difference. But that's just me.
2018 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports - Manual.
Setup: Givi Tall Sport Touring Windscreen; Hepco & Becker Lower Engine Guards; Hepco & Becker Handle Bar/ Hand Guard Protectors; Hepco & Becker Tank Guard Soft Bags for OEM Uppers; HTTMT Kickstand Pad Extender (Red);
RAM Mounts X-Grip; Swegotech Forkshield; Touratech Zega Mundo Panniers and 2018 Rack (31/38L); Touratech 20mm Bridged Handlebar Riser; OEM center stand; OEM skid-plate, uppers and tires.