I'm not saying that there's a right or wrong way to run an engine in, but i've seen enough program's on satalite telly about high performance car and bike engines, and with modern engineering, materials and extremely tight tolerances, there doesn't appear to be the need to "bed in an engine" like in the old days. I have seen both an Audi RS8 and MV Agusta engine taken up through the rev range and red lined to ensure they meet running standards before the vehicle was then packaged and shipped out. So my view is ride it as you would any other, just don't labour the engine at constant speed in one gear for any length of time to start with ( avoids glazing of the cylinders ) and don't have it bouncing off the limiter for the first X amount of hundred miles, just to keep within warranty requirements. Enjoy, as i will be, once it arrives.
These are just my views and i have no technical authority to back them up. :-)