Much awesomeness. Thanks for the report!
I've already taken my 2012 Wee off-roading, in very rough territory - climbing over large gravel and boulders and through mud (dropped it twice - no damage except a bent clutch lever, ho-hum), but since I don't have a helmet cam, I didn't get to record it except in memory. Even crazier, it was two-up - and my gf is smart enough that she didn't need to be told when to get off; in fact, I got to wondering why I was having such an easy time going through a nasty mudhole, and it turned out that she was walking behind me and holding the back end steady.
(Yes, I'm hella lucky.)
We got to explore a remote lake (shores too overgrown to fish, dammit) and gorge on wild blueberries and raspberries, all for the price of a few bruises and being mud spattered.
I do have to say that the Wee didn't seem all that happy about being made to climb steep hills and over big boulders at under 5mph for a large part of this 4-hour trek; it ran rather hot (unsurprising, given that it was ~95F out) and took 10-15 minutes to stop running its fan after shutdown.
Given that the last time I went off-roading was in the 1980s, on a YZ400 in the Mojave Desert, it was
a rather crazy thing to do, but... the Wee made me do it. Just seemed like it was begging to be taken off the asphalt for a while!
EDIT: Oh yeah - I did take a couple of pics toward the end of the trip. Can't see any of the rough bits there, though. (All these images are clickable for larger photos.)
And we spent that night in much more civilized surroundings...