Obviously 100 miles of straight line riding won't do shit. You need two things: To warm the tires up and rough up the surface.
The way I'd recommend it done: Make sure you have proper tire pressure. 32-34 PSI, the manual recommended pressure is too high for optimal grip. Clean the tires with alcohol to get mould release compound, tire grease, chain lube, etc. off. Just put it on a rag and wipe. Then do a couple of warm-up miles, alternating acceleration and braking - that flexes the carcass which produces heat. Take it to the twisties - start out slow, then keep increasing lean angle. Don't overdo acceleration, especially with a 1K. 50-ish miles this way should be plenty.
Or you can do it my way - wipe off, tire warmers on and drag knee in the first corner
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