They may not put any special break in oil for the first fill of the bike, but when they assemble the engine, they usually put a special grease on the camshaft lobes. One reason is to ensure there is lubrication there for the first critical seconds that the engine is fired, and the other is to help the lobes polish in properly to reduce friction down the line. I believe I've read in several reputable hot rodding mags that the grease has a small amount of extremely fine abrasive in it, kind of like buffing compound to aid in the polishing. Once this cam lube gets washed away by the oil, where can it go? It has to be floating around mixed in with the oil, though its extremely diluted, it still polishes and smoothes the other parts of the engine as it passes. The theory is sound right?