I am very honored to have Woody's Wheel Works as a sponsor on this project. I have my own set of Woody's wheels on my GSA that I've had for four years now and I can tell you from first hand experience how amazing they are. I did this video a few months ago and for whatever reason, I've noticed it going viral in the last few weeks. It seems every time I look there's another 1,000 views! Check here at the 2:02 mark where I talk about these amazing wheels and why you'd want them: The bottom line for me is that I like riding my big bike off road mostly and you will find most oem wheels just won't stand up to that level of use for long. You can destroy your oem wheels if you like, or you can invest in an extra set of Woody's wheels and then you'll have a street set and a dirt set! I actually did destroy my oem wheels and had Woody re-build those too They are STRONGER. Woody uses the best rims in the industry (I have Excel Takasago) as well as very strong spokes and are specially laced like no other wheel. They are LIGHTER too. These billet Superlite hubs look fantastic and will out-perform anything from the manufacturer. A year or two ago, our friend Isaac Feliu did an AMAZING trip through Africa down and up and then all the way up to Nordkaap and back down to Spain, stopping at the Nurburgring to do a blistering lap! Afterwards we were talking about how his wheels didn't stand up so well and how he was looking to replace them with something better. I recommended Woody's Wheels and they rest, they say, is history. Isaac is now a sponsored rider by Woody's as well as the Euro retailer for Woody's Wheels (and many other fine mfg's) with his company, Twin Trail. Woody's Wheels have been proven in the Dakar and are also featured on Lyndon Poskitt's bike. Kim Krause is another Woody's rider. A couple things you might not know about Woody's is that they aim to be a bit of a sanctuary for traveling big bike ADV riders like us. Stop by and check them out and camp at their shop grounds. They even have showers! Plans are in the works as well for a New England rider training and guided rides operation. What has been your experience with your oem or Woody's wheels?