At the moment, I park my motorbike in a local side street. A house near the bike piped up the other morning as the bike was warming up (and I was gearing up) and confronted me to outline how "having a motor running at this time isn't appropriate". Alright, changed that behaviour and ride it cold now to start (gently). Also kill the engine as I return at the end of the day and just roll it down the hill. This morning the husband asked questions surrounding why it's there etc. I then noticed that overnight both tyre inflation caps had been pinched. Not a big deal however they're custom made and weren't cheap. My worry now is that they'll push the bike over or similar. I confronted them this evening and gave my business card and advised "if you have any issues with the bike, tell me and I'll sort them out. I won't tolerate vandalism, not that you were the ones who necessarily did it". Is this standard? It's hardly a bike filled suburb so I understand why they find it intrusive however I'm around enough that people could easily stop me and outline their concerns. What's the general view on this? Yes, I could move it however surely we'd meet the same issue.