I've always treated break in procedure as something for the manufacturer's warranty department, rather than for my benefit. In bike racing circles a hard break in is categorically recommended.
My current R, my previous GTI, even my old PD130 (absolutely guaranteed to use oil according to some) never used/use a drop of oil. I treat bikes the same way and had the same results.
I treat it like a car. I drive it normally from day 1. Hard use once gauge warm if I feel like it, gentle if I don't. If I'm on a decent road I tend to run high rpm because I like instant throttle response (a hangup from 100k on various sportsbikes) and I drive no differently when a car is new.
Only warranty work across all three listed vehicles is a broken grab handle in two of the three (spring fell out) and as I said, literally never had to top oil up.
The days of seating valves and piston rings are gone - let's be honest, they're redlined before we see them anyway.
I saw the testing bench for MV Agusta, each new engine is absolutely abused like crazy. Sure enough the engines are bulletproof and don't use a drop of oil (sadly the electrics aren't!).