Yesterday I took a ride to Virginia to buy cigarettes making a couple local stops first. First stop at an ATM after about six miles, shut off the bike for around five minutes, second stop for lunch about twenty minutes right next to the first stop then around five miles to stop for gas. The rest of the way only stopping for stop signs or traffic lights until going a couple miles beyond the bridge over the Potomac River to the store about forty five miles from home. I saw that on the way back across the bridge traffic was backed up, stop and go for over a mile from the bridge. After stopping for fifteen minutes started back to take my place in the two lane line heading to the bridge, after around ten minutes of very slow going without much stopping the heat coming off the exhaust started to burn my right thigh so bad I had to pull off on a turn lane and stop for about five minutes. After having the engine shut off for that short time got back on and getting back in line it didn't get that hot again. There wasn't any warning light on the speedometer that it was overheating, the ambient temperature was in the mid to upper eighties and sunny. The bike is a Harley XR1200 with a Termignoni exhaust that has been tuned by the Harley dealer, I did have to take it back because it wasn't running right, seeming to be running very rich but since then it has seemed to be running right. As an air/oil cooled engine it has got a little hot at stops before but never that hot, anybody else had that happen?