So i had a bit of an eventful ride today and i thought i would post up here to let others learn/laugh at my good fortune. <boring story> I head off from my place in cranbourne, stop for a chicken roll, nice, sunny and everythings wonderful.:grin: Out on the R1 heading to my folks place in korumburra. Nearly there about 10 ks out. Light rain starts... :roll: whatever nothing i havnt seen before, riding along the highway and this truck is coming the other way and making this huge cloud of roadspray that i'm about to ride through... I duck down to try to get my lid in behind the screen(r1 screen is teeny tiny) and go through the mist, come back up afterwards and i feel like i have been stabed in the chest. Like it realy hurts. I hastily pull over, half expecting to find some road debris sticking out of my chest and im starting to mildy panic. Pull over, get the side stand down, step off the bike, chest is realy hurting bad, off come gloves and helmet, jacket zipped down looking at my chest, nothing sticking out, phew.. but why does it hurt so bad?... push were it hurts an theres something under my t shit. Pull up my shirt to find what i think is a bee sting(never stung before) is hanging out of me, so i pull it out. I stand by the road side sorta thinking well, if i pass out im in trouble(might be allergic) then im thinking should i call an ambo- but that would be a bit overkill, then i figure id be better off riding the rest of the way to town, (about 10ks out). Ride into town, chest seriously hurting bad and being crouched over on the r1 not helping, get to my folks place sit down, let em know whats going on, figure that it was definately a bee sting and theres nothing to worry about. </boring story> How the hell the thing got in there i dont know, but its things like this make you wish you just drove sometimes. So today i learnt that bees are nasty mofos that hurt you, and that i'm not allergic to them :roll: Anyway heres a pic i got my mum to take of the bee sting, it looks realy tiny and girly but damn it hurt. This was about 5-10 minutes after it got me. Anyways, that was my adventure for today. Stupid bees.