March 8, 2014 4:42 PM PT FacebookTwitterShow more sharing optionsShareClose extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied!Print 1 My Turn: Husband hangs up his mountain biking pedals She finally came to appreciate the role mountain biking playing in his life. Now that he is giving it up because of injury, it’s a sad time.2 Bikes and cars: Can we share the road? With more bikes on the road, drivers are frustrated -- and cyclists are at risk. Now’s the time for changes.3 Bicyclists should stay on the defensive to stay safe Bicyclists must obey all the traffic laws that motorists do, but safety tactics may also help riders avoid accidents.4 How to minimize accidents between autos and bicycles Right of way It’s a fact: More bikes are on the road. 5 L.A.-area biking resources 6 California The trial of the century Why put yourself through a grueling 100-mile bike ride? ‘To see if I can do it.’7 Cycling in the hot seat With bikes linked to impotence in some men, manufacturers created saddles to prevent it. But do they work?8 Off-road on one wheel Never mind that mountain unicycling means no gears or shock absorbers and often no brakes. For these hardy riders, two wheels are overkill.9 On track for a fast ride Bike pros and amateurs hone their skills in Carson at the nation’s largest velodrome.10 California For a bike and body in sync SWEAT glistens on 24-year-old triathlete Lauren Robertson’s forehead as she pedals a bicycle hooked up to a computer measuring her power output. 11 California A bicycle built for you Stability, handling, comfort -- all in a life-changing package.12 Now, snow is optional As mountain bikers demand more, ski resorts beef up bike trails with dizzying new drops and other thrills. It’s part of the sport’s evolution.