No problem. A couple other things you can check.
If the tires are even, when you test ride, find a spot where the pavement is flat. With essentially no bar input, does the bike run straight? If it tracks left or right, and it's NOT due to road camber, there may be a big issue. I would expect to find evidence of this in the triple tree or stops and/or a careful fork inspection, but the ride test is a good place to confirm.
As always, make sure all the electronics work (signals front and back, regular and high beam), kickstand switch, clutch switch, neutral position sensor, etc.
Never ride faster than you can stop