Keep in mind, if you buy E10 or E15 gas and simply run the tank volume through the bike in short order, no big deal. Like being on a trip where all you are doing is riding every day. Same for daily commuting, like a 15 minute or 1/2 hour or more ride to work and home daily. The bike will run just fine on it, though it is pretty well proved that you'll get lower fuel mileage.
The problem with E10 and E15 is when your bike sits for any length of time, and depending where you are in the country, the ambient conditions. Moisture and evaporation are the issues with degradation of ethanol blended fuels.
The single hose issue and the EPA's band-aid approach to an answer is typical. That means here in Green Bay I'll drive the few extra miles to the fuel vendors that sell two different octane grades of non-ethanol fuels (Fleet Farm is one) from pumps with multiple hoses. Kwik-Trip stores also sell non-ethanol premium from multi-hose pumps at many of their stores through the midwest.
Or, just ride a lot more and just use the E10 or E15 fuel as you buy it. Unfortunately, that just means it'll profit the ethanol marketers more yet. Dang it!