Old thread but here goes.
Maybe I'm older than I should be but routine checking of spoked wheels on a car or motorcycle is expected of the owner. I wouldn't ride even the 8000 miles as per the manual before checking, I do it at the end of each day's ride, it takes about 2 minutes.
You don't need to remove the wheels or need special tools unless a pencil is a special tool. You can check for loose spokes by sound and back in the day we even trued spoked wheels that way. You just tap each spoke in the same place on each side and listen. You'll instantly hear the spoke that is loose or not as tight as it should be. To true the wheels we'd make an "L" from two pencils using tape and spin the wheel. The pencil end being close to the wheel would show if it was out of round and touch the tip if it wasn't square side to side. You should never have a true wheel and a loose spoke.
While I'm there I check the tire tread and sidewalls, check the forks and touch every fastener I can just to see if any have gotten to hand loose. I check for drips, look under the engine, look at brake lines and the rear drive.
Its a Honda but they need checking too.
If I hear a dull sound from a spoke, I get after it before the bikes goes out on the road again. One loose spoke will lead to another, just a matter of time. No amount of loctite is the answer, spokes stretch then all you have are loctited loose spokes.
Just having a tech check them for you at service time is like not checking your oil level before each ride.
It really does only take two minutes and that is if I'm slow. Develop a routine and its automatic. The peace of mind is worth it.