Oh - THAT guy...
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Lowell, Oregon, USA
The belts fail so rarely that they should not be a fear, but just something you do at some point. Changing them also means taking stuff apart so new coolant/plugs/oil are pretty much a given anyway.
As stated, it is kind of up to you. Me? I would bleed/flush the brakes and clutch. Change the oil, gear oil, and coolant. Belts? If you have no idea about them they re only about $18 each. Only so that you you know they are fresh.
Make sure your tires are good, brakes too of course.
Vote one for year-round riding! Austone Darksider PVT (Passenger Vehicle Tire)
Most recent Wing: 128k+ on the 2000 GL1500 SE (Just totaled) due to being rear-ended...
Current ride (for now) 2015 Triumph Trophy SE
Avatar- 1963 Kenskill trailer
Previous wings: '78GL1000, 13k mile '77 GL1000 (resto at home, neat story!), '81 GL1100 Interstate.
Previous non-wings: CB360T, Suzuki GS550L, Yamaha 650 spcl (first bike!), Silverwing 500, Yamaha Spectre 1100, VFR700F, CB900 Custom.