Hi Shaddix, welcome to the world of Moto Gymkhana! The minimum turn radius with full lock and maximum bank angle is the source of much confusion amongst new riders. Take a look at the following video of Noboru Yoshino on the GP8 course. You will notice that although the bike is changing direction very rapidly as it rotates around the pylon it's not actually going very fast. <iframe width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/bXoqgwAz6v0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> What riders are looking for is the exact combination of speed and bank angle that will give them the maximum direction change in degrees per second. This will vary according to the particular capabilities and constraints of the bike and rider combination. The optimum rotation rate is about 144 degrees per second which equates to a full 360 degree rotation in about 2.5 seconds. Get a friend to time you making a 360 degree rotation and that will give you some sort of baseline to work from. Make only one change at a time such as the amount of throttle or your body position and try another roatation aginst the clock, if you are faster than your original time then that was a good change, but if you are slower you will have to try something else instead. All improvements in Moto Gymkhana riding come from riding against the clock, so it is worth your while getting into the habit of timing everything you do.