Ya, the asphalt gets nice and squishy when it gets hot here in San Antonio. I carry a plastic puck in my cargo just for that reason. I tell my friends that if the DO have to park on that type of surface to get a rock, crushed/flattened aluminum can, whatever..... anything is better than coming out to find your bike laid over and then you get to struggle to get it back up while trying to tear the kickstand out from whatever it sunk into! Most of the local motorcycle shops carry kickstand pucks for a buck or two, or improvise and make your own! It is worth it in the long run!
Note: attach a string/cord to it so you can drop and position it while seated and tether it to your handlebar so you don't forget it! And a plastic bag might help for storage because it may be muddy or pick up oils from the ground.
2006 GSXR1000 (Black & Silver)
M4 Full Exhaust system (GP Style), Zero Gravity windscreen,
Galfer SS brake lines, Brocks Clutch Kit,
T-Rex Frame Sliders, Carbon fiber chain guard,
Weighted bar ends, HID 6000K Low Beam,
Power Commander III, K&N Air Filter, SpeedoHealer,
Custom Dynamics Hyper-6 LED Accent Kit (Red) w/ remote,
custom fabricated license plate bracket
Now it needs a dyno tune