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Old 10-17-2014, 08:40 AM   #1
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Video Dani Pedrosa drops MotoGP bike at about 1mph

Lack of low speed control or just a silly mistake

Just last week we saw Pedrosa successfully pull of a 174mph stoppie shortly before getting his elbow on the deck.

This week, he looks like he's having his first go on two wheels.

Pedrosa's talent is unquestionable, but is there a chance he's simply out of touch with slow speed riding?

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