Daniel Sheflin spent nearly 15 years with Honeywell in Golden Valley, Minnesota, as vice president of technology automation control solutions. Since retiring, Daniel Sheflin has stayed active through fat-tire biking as well as road cycling.
Most cycling enthusiasts are likely familiar with common hand signals, such as raising the left arm, bending at the elbow, and pointing upward to signal a right turn. However, there are several advanced signals that are especially valuable for riders who enjoy cycling in large groups. Group rides can be socially enjoyable and safer than riding alone, but they also compel riders to communicate with one another frequently.
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