Ahhh, so what you mean is what I would call "steering lock". What motor cops call "steering sweep". "Turning radius" I would have understood right away, too. And I'm the one being pedantic here; you two are off the hook.No harm felt on my part either; I just couldn't understand what you meant. Whatever you name it, it's not usually an issue for any bike intended for off road duty. So thanks for pointing out something about the PR7 I haven't read about before. Lack of steering lock has historically been an issue on roadrace bikes and street legal versions of those bikes. Historically (and ironically, since your MTS doesn't suffer from a limited lock to lock) Ducatis were among the most notorious. I put many miles on a Kawasaki Concours, which had a very limited steering lock. Can't count the number of times I dropped that bike maneuvering it into my parking spot after I got used to riding another bike (just about any bike). I'd swing confidently into a slow, tight 90 degree turn into the 12 by 12 fenced area and hit the steering stop just as I needed another few degrees of handlebar turn. I didn't have room to accelerate to regain balance so down I'd go. Again and again I made the same mistake. Thanks to that fence nobody could see me though.