Kacriss, I think it will reset after three cold start & run cycles if no fault is present. Did you correct something or was it a "self inflicted" CEL? You can also use just about any OBD II code reader to see fault information and clear the check engine light. AutoZone, Pepboys & the like read and clear faults free around here. TuneECU software with a proper USB - OBD II cable and your laptop make a very good tool to have for diagnostics and general maintenance checks.
That is invaluable diagnostic tool for the Fuel Injected bikes.
But as MattyMo suggests, provided the fault that tripped light to begin with (often done when servicing, if ignition was turned on with tank removed or any of the sensors unplugged) is no longer active fault, it will indeed turn off the light after three complete warm-up/cool-down cycles.
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