Picked up a 2018 GSA July 13 at South Sound BMW after getting the news that my 2012 GSA was a total loss due to an insane series of events on August 11th... Anyhow I was thinking I should test drive the actual bike I was getting, but my traveling buddy and the folks at BMW were like "no need they are all the same from the factory"... Ok cool, so spend the day getting farkles, and doing paperwork and finally drove out of there at around 4pm. Get on the "5" southbound with my buddy on his new GSA. (part of the insanity) Lots of traffic so a slow go, I'm noticing that I cant really keep the bike tracking straight at low speed, I'm chatting with my friend on the intercom asking him if he is experiencing the same issue.."nope" maybe its the grooves in the highway, or the Anakee 3 tires. Symptom goes away at speed, so I just carry on load up my bike two days later (dealer is closed on Monday) and I'm on my way thru the all the back roads and thru LOLO pass to Missoula Montana . Got my 700 miles on in time to stop at Big Sky Motosports (great place) for my initial service. I mentioned to the service manager that I noticed this effect, and he said he would check it out. I managed to catch the eye of the tech working on my bike and reminded him to check it. Three hours later they call me and tell me that 18 spokes in my rear wheel are loose, and per BMW instructions they have to replace my wheel. Turns out a service bulletin had been issued the day I picked up the bike warning of a batch of bad wheels/spokes. It kinda freaked me out that I was riding this fully loaded bike with a wheel that could have collapsed at any time.. Have not seen anything mentioned about this issue so wanted to get it out there for any new owners... Have BMW check those wheels.