Thanks, it was definitely a few issues, and I will be replacing all the brakes and going through all the necessary maintenance now that I have ensured the bike runs at all. Ill be doing radiator and oil first and replacing the lines once i replace the front endYou should never hear a click from the solenoid when you turn the key. If you do there is something terribly wrong with your Start button.
Assuming you meant that you hear a click when you push the Start button, what condition is the battery in? It may have enough power to operate the solenoid but not to make the starter motor turn the engine. After sitting for 2 years I would not be at all surprised if the battery will no longer hold a charge.
BTW: Welcome to the forum. Please add your location to your profile and your bike's model and model year to your signature (see Forum Settings link in my signature), And welcome to the world of antique vehicles. Your bike has had at least 35 years of Previous Owners who may or may not have done the maintenance necessary for it to be safe & reliable. Go to the CX WIki (link in my signature) and download the appropriate Factory Shop Manual for your model and before you drive the bike anywhere go through every maintenance procedure, whether or not your bike has reached the recommended mileage. Also, look closely at every rubber part: Check the date codes on the tires and don't use them if they are more than 5 years old (they may look good but they won't grip as well as they should, especially if the road is wet or cool). It still has a rubber brake line (which is probably original); They are supposed to be replaced every 2-3 fluid changes (5-6 years) so it is way overdue (modern stainless braided lines last practically forever and easily double the life of the fluid).