Generally the 1st service is an oil and filter change and check all the fasteners you see. Not everything is always perfect out of the box and after dealer set up.
The steering is checking for looseness of the bearings, or binding. With the bike on the center stand grab the forks and try to rock them for and aft., it shouldn't have any play. Turn the handle bars and the wheel should fall gently to the right and left, no notchy feel as it moves through the center point of travel.
Having a receipt for the oil and filter should suffice as proof of the task.
I've had dealers over tighten the steering head bearings before and screw with the clutch adjustment when I felt it was perfect.
As for dealer set up, when I rode off the lot with my new BMW F800ST the warning light came on and told me the tires were low on pressure. I went around the block and got the "Oh, I guess we missed that", explanation. I didn't go back much after that.
Last edited by notacop; 06-09-2017 at 01:42 PM.