So I got my first bike a new 2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250r pretty much two months ago. Haven't had a chance to ride it much yet. I "found" netrider about a week or so ago and have spent hours and hours in here during this past week. I've found all sorts of interesting threads and more so all sorts of rides that are happening regularly (like the tuesday learner thing) So here I am at home, sitting in front of my laptop and thinking it looks mighty fine outside, mebbe I should go and check out the friday southbank coffee thing, when a nice little letter from Kawasaki drops in my mailbox saying: "Kawasaki... has initiated a Vehicle Recall Campaign affecting the following model EX250JAF. (which just happens to be the one I have) On affected units, engine oil may leak and deposit onto the rear tyre, creating the potential for an accident to occur..." So my question is this, can they just "fix it" there and then? or do I need to leave it? And if I have to leave it, should they give me something else to ride on in the meanwhile? I've only ridden it for about 100k or so (sooo ashamed! ) so it's not even close to needing maintenance etc. The only bad is, that it's been dropped once, it was stationary at the time.. sorta. The left blinker was proven to be a slightly tougher guy than the left fairings, mut other than a few scratches there's nothing broken.. Not ready to part with my baby yet!