Thanks for letting us know. This is an unfortunate example, and I was actually a bit surprised that Kurviger creates a turn instruction at this point.
Kurviger tries to use the available road data to determine if a rider might need help at a certain intersection. Now if you look close at the road data at the intersection, it actually looks like a fork. That’s why Kurviger tries to help you at this intersection.
If you look at this situation in reallife though, the “Wilson Gap” is not a slight right turn, as one might think by looking at the data, but is a regular right turn. That’s at least my guess after looking at it on street-view and satellite images.
If we are not sure, if the situation could be missleading, we add a turn instruction, to be safe (better safe than sorry).
In this case the solution would be to change first few meters of the “Wilson Gap” in OSM.
Since you seem to know the local situation, you might be interested in helping the open data community out and improve the data? We are happy to give a few pointers on how to accomplish this.