There is no normal oil temp persay. The oil temp is going to depend on the engine temp and the engine temp will be different according to ambient air temp, so the oil temp and engine temp all depends on how hot/cold it is outside and how much airflow there is to cool off the engine.
The oil temp gauge is a good tool to have but don't get too paranoid over the readings, oil temps up to 260 can be common but the engine will be fine, I would start to worry when the oil temps get over 300 and it would be best to shut the bike off and let it cool if that happens.
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