Over the weekend, riding in 0 degree weather, my battery light was blinking on a few different occasions. I was running headlights, and hand and thumb warmers on Hi. But we were riding pretty hard all night (definitely charging the battery) but sometimes as soon as I'd slow down and idle, the battery light would blink again. I always keep my machine on a tender, it always goes green pretty quickly. Even after I plugged in the tender the night I got the blinking battery light, it went green immediately. Does a blinking battery light mean that my bat is going bad? or was it just an effect of cold temps and a decent amount of draw from the lights and warmers. I feel like headlights and warmers shouldn't be overload for the system though..... 2 year old stock batter, always kept on a tender.