Heat cycles are the most important thing to observe on a brand new motor.
Easy to do and effective for break in.
The first couple hours of use, only run 15 to 20 minutes at a time ... ride normally, don't lug it but don't over rev it either. After 15 minutes, shut it down, have a coffee, let it cool for half hour. Repeat, repeat, repeat. Short runs, not letting it get TOO hot on first few runs. The heating/cooling scuffs in surfaces and mates everything together nicely.
After 2 hours of this, you are done. I would change oil at 600 miles or so.
Not a big deal, but the original oil may have some tiny metal particles as it breaks in.
Be sure to use the "overrun" as much as possible. That is when slowing, downshift ...shut throttle. Use compression braking. Great for break in as well.
I would use regular motorcycle specific mineral oil (not synthetic) for the first 3000 miles.
After that, you can go to FULL SYNTHETIC. (if available) But use caution NOT to use synthetic oil that contains "friction modifiers". Most synthetic oil for cars have the friction modifiers ... do not use as your clutch will SLIP!
But Motorcycle specific synthetic is very expensive. You could also go with Semi-Synthetic or Blend oil. All good. Use correct weight, change oil filter first few oil changes ... after that (at 10,000 miles or so) you could do a filter every other oil change.
Check valve clearance at around 3000 miles. Ride Ride Ride!
Be safe, good luck!