I've just been for a ride looking around the inner city suburbs (Northcote to St K, back to Clifton Hill and Northcote via City). It's not hot, max was 25 degrees C. When I got home and switched the motor off, I could hear coolant bubbling away somewhere underneath the tank. After about a minute (enough time for me to get my helmet and gloves off and have a look around), coolant started coming out of the fairing at the bottom of the bike. There wasn't much, maybe a cup or so, and I couldn't see where it was coming from. Temp was around 108 C after sitting around for a few minutes. Some info: Traffic wasn't bad today, I didn't get stuck in any major queue scenario's, and I certainly wasn't giving it much - was looking at houses, so just a mild commute. The bike never sits for more than two weeks without at least doing the 15 minute commute to work. Just had the 6000K service about a month ago, followed by a track day at Broadford (44 degrees in the shade that day!!!). Bike has been feeling fine for the last month. Anyone got any ideas whether this was just some excess coolant being expelled, or may I have a problem? And do I need to take the fairing off to get to the radiator cap to check my levels?