it's all crap. i get that stock oil which we like to call "manufacturing oil" out of the bike asap because of all the aluminum dust from the fresh machined and broken in parts. all that floating around in your oil is horrible and needs to be removed asap. I get the oil out of any new bike either 10 minutes (on my off-road motor builds) or 20 miles (on my street motor builds). If you've ever seen that oil you would understand why, it comes out horribly nasty, even at a short period of use.
that being said, will there be any damage to your bike: probably not. should you worry about it, probably not. just get it in as soon as you can.
I would normally agree but I just did the first service on my bro's Honda and the oil came out at 900 miles and was still nice and honey brown.
ceo... seriously... don't worry man. Just hit up the store pick up 4 quarts of oil and a oil filter. If you can't make it to powersports dealer, try Murray's Discount Auto (if you have them around) they carry Vavoline motor oil that you can use and a fram oil filter. That will get the job done. I recommend other oils like Golden Spectro and eventually something like Amsoil or Mobil 1, but as long as the motor oil carries the right API tags its fine. I normallly run K&N oil filters but again, the Fram will dot he trick.
Anyway, if you can change the oil on your car you can do bike.
Then check the following (which should also be laid out very well in your owners manual)
lube the clutch cable at both ends and the levers
check torque on any little bolts that you can see.
also check tightness on your fairing screws
clean, lube, inspect, adjust your chain