My '84 did require some maintenance that was more than a 10-year-old or younger bike would not have required. How much is hard to define, but one example was setting the valve clearances and I'd bet that costs a couple hundred at a dealer at least. Basically it depends on how much maintenance the previous owner had done already. Nothing really broke on my first bike unless I laid her down and in hindsight, if I hadn't wasted some money on aftermarket pieces that may or may not have had any real effects, I'd have had more for repairs or the next ride.
Typical things you'd have to do on any bike include tire changes, brake maintenance, fluid changes.
EDIT: Congrats on the MSF completion!
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