Helmets have earned the nickname ” brain bucket ” for a reason and is, in my opinion, the most important piece of safety gear for a rider. The next 2 things to keep in great repair are tires and brakes. The bike essentially has only 1 square inch of contact with the pavement at any time so check them for wear and dry rot. I used to do tractor/trailer repair and my old boss’s rule was stopping, steering, then you can worry about putting the vehicle in motion. without the first two, you don’t want that vehicle to move. Congrats on the purchase but use these principals prior to hitting the streets, We all want to hear your success stories. Ride safe and God bless. Jon D.