I agree, the router has to notice that the Line protocol goes down. I'd probably use EIGRP or OSPF instead of BGP, EIGRP is easier to configure and quicker to converge. If for some reason a dynamic routing protocol isn't an option, you could use an IPSLA and tie the static route to it.
The IP SLA would ping the other side of the primary link, if it doesn't respond, remove the static route and put the other in place.
Not saying one idea is better than the other, just trying to throw out whatever ideas I cna think of.
You can use the simple floating static, but that will only "Trigger" if the router sees the line protocol go down. The IP SLA tied to a static route will be a bit more accurate than just the floating static alone.
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