Thanks for this informative list .MTO Sport Environmental Limitations from the POH
Maximum wind speed or gust intensity: 40kts
Maximum demonstrated crosswind component for take-off and landing 20kts
Maximum tailwind component for take-off and landing: 5kts
Maximum demonstrated operating altitude 10,000 ft.
Temperature- 15 to + 35 °C
Environmental Limitations MTO Sport model 2017:
Maximum wind speed or gust intensity 40 KIAS
Maximum demonstrated crosswind component for take-off and landing 22 KIAS
Maximum tailwind component for take-off and landing 5 KIAS
Maximum demonstrated operating altitude 12,000 ft
Temperature - 20 to + 40 °C
As the pilot in command it is your responsibility to stay within your skill limitations.
My advice is to increase you wind limits slowly recognizing that a little more wind can be a lot more challenge.
For a low time pilot in an MTO Sport I recommend a maximum cross wind component of five knots and maximum winds of twenty knots with a five knot gust spread.
As your experience as pilot in command increases SLOWLY increases your wind limits.
I have a gust limitation of 10kts in the gyroplane I fly.
The specific environment may have a lot to do with the challenges.
Ground obstructions may cause turbulence.
I teach clients to land near a wind sock so they have a better feel for the wind at that location on the runway.
Most wind socks in the USA are fully erect at 15kts.
If I see a windsock twitching through more than 20 degrees I have found the landing may be challenging.