UPDATE - guess what? The faulty fuel pump is NOT going to be covered under warranty. According to the service manager at Foothills BMW/Triumph, they feel that since the bike sat for the majority of it's 1st three years of it's existence, that it is going to be considered neglect. Why is it I can't find anything in the warranty that states that the bike must be ridden a minimum amount of time monthly/annually etc? Not to mention, the bike had it's routine services all completed slightly ahead of time by BMW dealerships/shops. With less than 36 hours left on my warranty and a diagnostic bill that I'm not very happy about, does anyone have any last minute suggestions? Not sure if I take the bike to a different dealership at this point if it would do any good since according to the dealership a regional corporate person/group make these decisions (PUMA?). I'm confused as others seem to have better experiences and also refer to their local dealerships 'going the extra mile for them.' Why is it that the dealership seems to want to blame corporate for these decisions? Is there any grounds for legal action? I'm not looking to get money, just my bike being cared for under it's manufactures warranty. I would think that it would legally need to stated in the warranty that the bike needs to be ridden x amount of mile in x period of time in order to not void the warranty - but I'm no attorney. Needless to say, I can not recommend Foothills BMW/Triumph for service work after my 2 recent disappointing experiences. I can definitely say that they DO NOT go the extra mile for their customers.