The brake mechanisms of the front and rear wheels are hydraulic, disc type. The brakes do not need to be adjusted, but the brake fluid level and brake pad wear should be checked regularly. The brake system should be inspected frequently to ensure there are no fluid leaks. If the free play of the brake lever or pedal becomes abnormally large and the brake pads are worn below the maximum permissible value, air may have entered the brake system and it should be bled (see «Hydraulic brake drive - brake fluid replacement and pumping»).
When bleeding and maintaining the brake system of a motorcycle, remember that brake fluid is highly toxic and all operations with it should be carried out with proper eye and hand protection. Avoid contact of brake fluid with the skin and eyes; if brake fluid comes into contact with the skin, rinse it with plenty of water. Brake fluid is hygroscopic and can absorb water well. If brake fluid gets into your eyes, rinse them out and seek medical attention. Drained old brake fluid must be disposed of, to do this, follow the manufacturer's recommendations on the packaging.