Also drain the carb float bowl (with the petcock off) close the drain screw, and turn the petcock back on. The float may have become momentarily stuck. Is there any visible damage to anything? While there is no electronics for oil to get into, some could have run out the crankcase vent and into the air filter box. I can't remember the setup on the first gen Rebel. Does it have a sealed battery? On the old non sealed batteries, acid can run out if the bike falls over. Does the petcock and fuel line look ok? Does it turn over with the starter? If so, check for a spark. If it has a spark, then the problem is almost certainly fuel related.
2016 Rebel, 2013 Royal Enfield B5, 2009 Genuine Stella, 2006 H-D Sportster 1200, 2006 Vespa GT200, 2001 Yamaha XT225
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