What are you talking about?
Pretty sure you are going to need to pull the clutch in if you want to get moving again after stalling the bike.
Bikes don't start and get forward momentum without having the transmission in a gear other than neutral.
I think I misunderstood the post or something. All the times I have ridden a 450FX I have not stalled the bike....are you saying the bike won't re fire in gear? That's just dumb. The 250FX will start in gear.
Think of the bike approaching a corner, when you have brake stomped the engine into silence, and it's dragging the rear wheel, but still moving. Just bumping the e-start will often be all it takes, and the force on the wheel will help it roll over and start. When you stop the engine that way, you have about a 1 in 5 or 6 chance that you will have trapped the decomp pin against the valve lifter, in which case, the e-start won't light it off by itself. Quicker than pulling the clutch and hitting the button, and requires less involvement with your hands, which may be otherwise occupied.
You could, if you are still moving fast enough, just pull and release the clutch, and that will sometimes cause a "bump" restart, but you might not be going fast enough.
And yes, the FX has exhibited some reluctance to start in gear at a standstill, but that wouldn't apply under the above conditions.
There are all kinds of ways to utilize a starter that runs on demand, and all kinds of other ways in which the litany of "safety" measures that are wired in to keep idiots from hurting themselves can become annoyingly restrictive.