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Old 10-15-2014, 07:50 AM   #1
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Dani Pedrosa crashes during MotoGP PR stunt

Honda RC213V goes down when Pedrosa loses the front end

Dani Pedrosa crashes during MotoGP PR stunt

DANI Pedrosa has crashed a 2013 Honda RC213V MotoGP bike during a PR stunt in Australia.

The Spanish MotoGP racer was riding down the banks of the Yarra River in Melbourne when he lost the front end on a left-hander.

Australian Moto3 rider Jack Miller, who was also taking part in the event, continued to please the crowd with skids and wheelies, oblivious that Pedrosa had crashed.

Pedrosa said: ‘It was great to have the chance to be here in Melbourne and ride alongside the Yarra River,

‘The hardest part was getting the bike to actually stand up straight, as we obviously couldn’t ride at the kind of speed you see at Phillip Island!

Miller joked: ‘This was some great extra testing - I just had to be careful not to crash into the river!’

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