I'll start doing some maintenance procedures come January, and that'll probably include the driveshaft. I thought that the final drive was serviced as part of the 20K they just did, I'll double check, and if not, I'll change the final drive lub/oil as well. I have the full BMW service history from the time it was first put into service in May, 2019. Not much mystery. I may or may not recheck the cam chain tension and valves, but not really ready to spend the $$$ for the tools ... unless I notice a problem, I'll probably wait until the 30K (18,000 miles) service, which I'll do myself.Scott, I am sure you won't get sick of riding the BMW they are great bike and do so much of everything like handing, speed, torque brake and so much more with so little effort. The only thing I would be making sure of before spending lots on accessories etc except riding gear ifs that all the service work is up to date and that includes the Drive shaft as BMW don't do it as a regular part of a service. Ask that it be taken out serviced ,such as new grease etc and then of course new diff oil no more than 180 ml. Some tend to over fill the diff for some reason. I have done some research of late in regards to the drive shaft and amazed me how many even near new bikes have used splines on the drive shaft.
My immediate plans just call for draining the ethanol-laced premium from the tank, and replacing it with pure 91 octane premium (at ...ah.. very premium prices just now), for winter storage. Maybe I'll build a support to get weight off both tires, too. (If I'm bored enough. 😏) It's already on trickle charge.
Thanks for the recommendation.