Glad it works out and that they check the bike. My local Kawasaki dealer seems pretty professional and passionate about motorcycles - it is a family owned business.
Glad they're fix'in it; maybe?UPDATE: I talked to the owner of the dealership (not a Kawasaki dealer, just the local motorcycle dealership) and expressed my disappointment and concerns. He personally picked the bike up and will be replacing the damaged parts and giving the bike a full safety check. 3-5 days. I won't be using them again. I didn't get the "Geez, we're really sorry that we could have killed you" apology I was expecting. I should have taken the 1 hour drive to the Kawa dealer I bought the bike from. In the future I'll certainly be doing the oil changes myself but tire swaps are probably beyond my comfort zone.
HA. !! Certainly you jest. Kawasaki is in business to sell bikes.How about a complaint at Kawasaki? Would that trigger an investigation and removal of dealership rights (if Kawasaki is convinced they suck)?
But I would also guess that multiple rides would lessen the case, however this is pretty serious, IMO.