The amount of lever travel between 1. "initial take up" and 2. "fully engaged" tells a big story vis a vis clutch/friction plate wear.
1. "Initial take up" is when the drive plates start touching the clutch plates... which is the very begining of "drive" as you let the lever out)
2. "fully engaged" is when the clutch lever is all the way
out (minus the freeplay between the lever perch and lever)...
just so long as your clutch cable is adjusted within reason.
More distance between 1 and 2 indicates more clutch life.
Also if your clutch has not been used hard often, ie drag strip launches,
it will have plenty of life left at 32k miles.
I by no means baby the clutch (but I avoid abusing it) and I would have no qualms riding up to the top of the cape York Peninsula from my home in Victoria... the most Southern state on the Australian mainland... (vis a vis the clutch)
on my Gen II 650 which has covered a slightly greater distance than yours 2 Tall.