Copied from various posters. All credits goes to them, R1 and Chery.
Pay attention to the following during the break in procedure:
1- For the first 1000 km keep the engine speed below 6500 rpm in all gears and bike speed must be below 60 km/h and avoid riding at the same speed for a long distance.
2- Frequently inspect the connecting parts for tightness; tighten brakes, clutch, throttle, chain free play, tyre pressure and engine nut bolts as necessary.
3- Check whether the bike transmission system and brake system is overheating, if has find out the reason and solve the problem.
4- Replace the engine oil and clean air filter element every 500 km during break in.
5- Warm engine up before operating, and limit speed during first 1 ~ 5 kms.
6- Change the speed as load increased to avoid the engine wear or damage, do not overload the engine.
7- Avoid hard breaking.
The main objective should be to stay below or equal to 5.5k RPM. Not saying that this is the best possible way to break in the engine but only telling my experience.
==> First 200 kms @ max speed of 40km/h, 5.5K RPM
==> 200-500 kms @ max speed of 60km/h, 6.5K RPM(oil change)
==> 500-800 kms @ max speed of 90km/h, 7.5K RPM
==> 800-1000 kms @ max possible speed that I could get on an open road keeping in mind the safety. (oil change @ 1000kms, tuning, nuts tightened etc)
All the stages in the run in period, the speed must be kept variating. Do not drive for more than 30-40 minutes without giving a rest to the bike for the first 300 kms.