Hey all, I did a short motorbike maintenance course two weeks ago at the St George & Sutherland Community College (can't seem to find it on their website at the moment). Only cost about $150 for two 5 hour days (consecutive weekends). Great course, learnt all the basic maintenance bits and pieces. Highly recommend it for any other noobs out there or people that want to learn more about their bikes. Having already bled the brakes and cleaned the calipers (completely removed from wheel, existing break pads re-used) during the course, i decided to try out a few of the other things i learnt during the course. Replaced missing bolt on front wheel (used to help hold speedometer cable in place). Must have been missing when i bought the bike. Changed the oil. This was a bit of a drama in itself because when i tried to put the new oil filter in i accidentally stripped the threads off one of the screws. Had to place a special order for the part at a hyosung dealer, bike was sitting in the garage for half a week without any oil When i finally got the part i had to take half the engine apart to replace it! Noticed the exhaust was very rusty so i took it off, gave it a good sand, coated with rust converter and then lots of coats of heat proof paint. Cleaned and lubed the chain. Cleaned the fairings, which by the way are already dirty again BTW i didn't really use BAM, just find their adds ludicrous!