Those bees must be flying really fast to catch up to you on our motorcycle!
Try keeping your skin covered. Bees can sting through some clothes, but you reduce your risk of a sting if very little skin is exposed. A leather jacket would protect you.
There are no insect repellents that work against stinging insects like bees or wasps, according to the American College or Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, so don't waste any money on them trying to ward off bees.
Rather than repel the bees, you can try to avoid their attention. Don't wear sweet smelling colognes, hair sprays/gels/pomades, or deodorants. Also, don't wear brightly colored clothing.
That should help!
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