New bikes that arrive at a motorcycle dealer are shipped in crates and require minor assembly to get them ready for the showroom floor. Dealers that do not have enough room to floor bikes or store the crates rely on bike assemblers to store and build the bikes when they are needed. Usually an assembler is regional and will handle many dealers in the area and a few different brands of motorcycles. Motorcycle manufacturers require the dealer to do a pre-delivery inspection, or PDI, on every new bike sold. Once the PDI is done, the bike is ready for delivery and your work has just begun. Here are some things that you should do after taking delivery of your new steed!