Original post said brake fluid. Don't forget clutch, too.
For the scheduled things, I wouldn't bother accelerating anything that's not going to be due before your end of trip. Clearly a good idea to start with fresh engine oil, might not even bother with coolant or final drive unless you're going to clock over and want to do before you start.
It might not a bad idea to pack an oil filter. You can pick up a gallon of oil and a cheap baking pan to use to drain, but the filters can be a bit more of a bother.
Here's my PM cheat sheet. My guesses on tire and brake life are not reliable:
o Engine Oil, Filter, & Crankcase Breather
o Air filter
o Brake & Clutch fluid
o Spark Plugs (or more with Iridium; 30, 50, 60K? Not 75-100)
o Final Drive Oil
o Valve Clearance Check
• Check regularly, at least every ~3,000. Guesstimated life:
o Brake Pads, Front 30,000
o Brake Pads, Rear, 32,000
o Tires, Front, 14,000
o Tires, Rear, 24,000 (Alpin)
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