I was coming back from a long group ride along the Pacific Coast Highway. Right as we were about to make an exit to get gas, my riding buddy started pointing frantically at me to pull over. I was thinking "chill out man, I know we need gas, we are getting over right now"...then I looked down and noticed I was hemorrhaging oil. I pulled over and the bike dumped the remaining contents of its hot oil on the side of the road. My back tire was covered in it (thank goodness I didn't make the exit or do any turns) and it was all over my hard bags and even my friends bike. He said that he started smelling oil a mile back and there was a trail for about a mile. I never noticed the oil pressure light until it was too late. I finished the last 200 miles of my ride sitting in a tow truck (Progressive Roadside Assistance rocks!) I haven't pulled the fairings off yet to inspect the bike, but from a visual inspection with the fairings on, it looks like it was higher up on the engine so I don't think I am dealing with a simple oil filter or plug problem. I bought the bike used (it only has 30k miles on it) so I wasn't anticipating problems like this, but I guess my bad luck caught me again. Has anyone had this happen before? What is the best case scenario? What is the worst case scenario? Should I take it to the Honda Dealer and have them go through it? What might I be looking at cost wise for the repair? Any help you can offer is appreciated. I now have a beautiful bike sitting in my garage and it won't be used again until I can get it fixed and fixed right. I have to be able to trust it to take it on future long rides.