Welcome to the forum from North Carolina. Glad you decided to join us.
Agree with ER to have the battery checked.
Remove it and take it down to one of the auto parts stores. They will fully charge and load test it. If it is the original battery and you haven’t religiously used a Battery Tender, it might be at the end of its life.
Personally would take it to a couple of auto parts stores. I had a battery checked at three stores and two said it was good and one said bad. Turned out it was good for another two years.
If you do need a new battery. Purchase a quality AGM battery. Buy the type that you install the acid and then perform an activation charge with a battery tender or slow charger.
Who knows how long the batteries that have the acid already installed have sat on the shelves at the manufacturer and the retail store.
I have purchased a few motorcycle batteries at Advance, Oreilly’s, and Auto Zone and they have all lasted 5 years or more. I am diligent with always putting the battery tender on.