This seems the most appropriate section to post this, mods please move if I'm wrong. I parked my scooter on its sidestand on a slight decline in Richmond, UWS Hawkesbury campus 2 days ago. The temperature was in the high 30's. The road I was parked on was about 3 months old. When I returned I noticed the road had physically melted beneath the kick stand creating a depression about an inch deep. I took a few photos on my phone at this point. I assumed my bike was still ballenced and not going anywhere. I turned the engine on and started to put my helmet on. While I was putting it on the vibrations of the engine caused the bike to roll forward off the stand and tumble towards me. I managed to catch it and no harm done. But could have been a lot worse. And if this can happen on a bottom heavy 135kg scooter imagine what can happen on a large top heavy bike. So just a caution in this heat, be careful of parking on newish roads, they can melt beneath your bike.