“As long as there is a Wall in Manayunk there will be a world-class cycling event in Philadelphia," says lawmaker
Organizers hope to bring the event back in 2014 and "make this the preeminent event the region deserves"
There was a time when the Manayunk Wall and its namesake were just a steep road and just a struggling suburb of Philadelphia. A bike race changed that
Images from the TD Bank Philadelphia International Championship and Liberty Classic
1. Alexander SEREBRYAKOV, Team Type 1-Sanofi, in 4:32:06 2. Aldo Ino ILESIC, Team Type 1-Sanofi, at s.t. 3. Fred RODRIGUEZ, Exergy, at s.t. 4. Daniele COLLI, Team Type 1-Sanofi, at s.t. 5. John MURPHY, Kenda-5-hour Energy, at s.t.
Serebryakov wins bunch sprint after late breakaway neutralized
The cover story form the June 28, 1993 issue of VeloNews details Lance Armstrong's million-dollar attack on the Manayunk Wall
Colleagues honor the backbone of the Philadelphia International Championship before the race's first running without him
After winning Mexican national championships, Jelly Belly's Davila pinning Olympic hopes on good result in Philly
Michael Chauner has been to every International Cycling Championship in Philly, and raced in one - he's back this year with high hopes