Bikes are stored for many years and still run fine.
i am assuming that you store it in a garage.
This would be my checklist:
use up the gas that is in the tank, and let the engine run until it dies from lack of gas. The drier the carb and the engine of gas, the better.
take out the plugs and inject about a teaspoon of motor oil in each hole, replace the plugs, and hit the starter for a few seconds to circulate the oil in the cylinders. (NOTE: bike will not start from lack of gas)
mix a good amout of stabil and gas in a gas can and fill the tank to the top with gas.
remove the battery from the bike and put it inside warm somewhere fully charged. I would not leave a battery tender plugged in for 7 months! the battery will survive.
if you have a bike stand, put it on the stand and fill the tires to the manufacturers limit. or just leave it on the sidestand
wax all painted surfaces ( including the black handlebars and other black, colored, and silver painted surfaces, and do not remove until you return and use the bike.
spray all shiny metal surfaces with a light coat of wd40, including boltheads, carb linkages, and hinged items (footpegs, brake lever linkages) AND FORKTUBES.
ALSO, lube the chain with motor oil and a 1 inch paintbrush liberally and wipe excess.
cover the seat with a garbage bag and reinstall (especially if you are leaving it outside!!
Cover with a breathable waterproof bike cover.
LET BAKE FOR 7 MONTHS.... You will return to a bike that is as fresh as it is today... I guarantee it!!