I'll probably get cut off for posting this, but can't help it LOL! All three times at two or three miles per hour. First one was in BMW parking lot, she was turning to park and touched the front brake which pitched everything out of whack and she "high sided so to speak". Second time, about 3 months ago, she was sitting at a stop light, sheriff's cruiser just behind her in next lane. She's sitting there with the bike in first, clutch in, just as I've taught her with plenty of room to maneuver in case someone fails to stop behind her. Everything's fine until a rider going the other direction waves at her. Yep, she let go of the clutch to return the wave and that was it. At the next light the sheriff's cruiser with two deputies inside stopped, rolled down the window and asked what happened. She had to explain which cracked them both up. Third time was this afternoon. Three of us got caught in a two mile backup on I-17 N. of Phoenix due to a serious accident, (lots of witnesses all around us) so we're crawling along with everyone else. Wife's behind me and suddenly in my mirror I see her just "fall over". Of course, I hurried back to help, but by that time she had the bike already picked up using great technique. Made sure she was OK and we continued home. Asked her what happened (of course she'd had about 30 minutes to make up a story) Said she put her left foot down to stop and "felt a pebble roll under her foot", was afraid she was going to fall so reflexively grabbed the front brake (again); you know the rest. When I attempted to explain that when going really slow, it's probably best to not even touch the front brake, for some reason, she gave me a really dirty look!