Welcome aboard Dtan & congrats on your first ride...good looking bike!
1,100 miles is not a lot, but absent maintenance records, you should assume nothing has been done...oil & filter status are top priority!
Did it come with a Rider's Manual? That will cover much of what you need to know. If no manual, look in our Classifieds Buy/Sell section...I think there are some manuals on sale for not much $$.
Change the oil and replace or clean the oil filter & strainer ASAP.
Do your due diligence right here on this site.
You can find pretty much everything, but you have to look for it.
One good tip here:
Find the subject/discussion you need.
At the bottom of each specific thread discussion, you will find links to other discussions specific to what you need...check those. Sometimes they will lead to even better info.
We don't have the best indexing system, so you have to be a bit creative in searching.
For instance, if someone creates a new thread looking for info on "Sparkplug Problems"", he may create a wonderful thread, but he names it "Electrical Problem".
You have to look & dig sometimes!
If you need help from a shop, check Yamaha shops first. If none are available, check the other Jap brands shops, they might help or suggest someone else to try.
See if you can find any independent "dirt bike" shops.
Ask a lot of questions here if you want to or have to do your own work.
There are many really experienced, really smart riders here that will be eager to help!
Your Yamaha tool kit should be hiding inside the plastic right side cover, just under the edge of the seat.
The tools are basic & cheap but will allow you to perform most tasks.
IMPORTANT: The "Phiilips" screwdrivers in the kit are not really "Phillips" at all...they are similar "JIS" (Japanese Industrial Standard). If you use a regular Phillips driver, you can sometimes make it work but it *will* wreck your screw-heads.
If your tool kit is missing, you can order a new one here, but look fast they don't usually last long in our Classifieds area. The guys selling them are 100% legit!
Get that manual & read it...then get whatever help you need.
You may get an occasional Bozo response, but not often. Just keep your eyes wide opn and you think cap on!
Ask good questions with complete info!
Have fun with your T-Dubb and stay in touch.
I've had literally dozens of bikes of all kinds and the little T-Dubb is absolutely the best "bang for the buck" bike I've ever owned!
Where in NM are you located?
I'm just south of Amarillo, actually in Palo Duro Canyon.