1. Cables. Make sure there are no frayed cores and that they are well lubricated. If you can, carry a spare of each. 2. Check brake pad thicknesses - easy with a flashlight. 3. Check coolant levels in the rad and puke bottle. 4. Check fuses and have spares - install with dialectric grease. 5. Take spare light bulbs. 6. What sort of battery is in the bike? If a wet cell, make sure the water levels is up and the terminal are tight. 7. Check the brake fluid levels. If not changed in the last 2 years, change them. 8. Go over each and every bolt on the bike. Loctite any you find loose. 9. Can you repair a flat on the road and do you have the tools to do that? 10. Chain lube ofr on the road? 11. Make sure you have fun!