I laid the Bandit down on grass at the edge of the road, at very low speed, after taking evasive action for someone stopping to turn right and getting onto grass on a steep downhill. Partly their fault for coming to a complete stop despite there being no on-coming traffic, mostly mine because I was eying a car parked nearby wondering if it was an unmarked cop car and not paying full attention to the one in front of me. Twisted my ankle slightly under the bike but apart from that no damage to me or it, just a mirror pushed in. The bar-end did hit the road, but didn't get ground down at all, that's how slow it was. When I got back on, the steering just seemed a tad tighter and less fluid. Not notchy at all, not catching, just tighter. I've had it come back like that from a service where the headstem bearings were replaced, and it loosened up again after a while. It seems to be loosening (or I'm getting used to it!), but I did have horrible visions of what would happen if a headstem bearing froze through a corner. Do I have anything to worry about?