On Your Mark, Get Set, Go... How Sunday's Weather Will Influence The International Cycling ClassicThe Philadelphia tradition will draw 90,000 people to the sidelines, cheering on 180 men and 135 women riders.
Manayunk Native One Of Many Riders In This Year’s Bike RaceThe world's fittest - and fastest - cyclists are rolling into town again this weekend.
Bike Race Organizers Switching Things Up This YearThe women's race will be the featured event on Sunday.
27th Annual Tour De Shore Kicks Off In Philadelphia Overcast skies didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of over 2,000 bikers helping to raise money for charities that help the children of fallen firefighters and police officers.
Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Who Stole 15 Bikes Following Charity Ride Police in Philadelphia continue to search for the suspect or suspects responsible for stealing 15 bicycles following the Tour De Shore charity ride on July 28.
Manayunk Wall Remains Key Ingredient In Philly Cycling ClassicThe 2013 pro cycling race, with several new facets, got underway at 8:30 a.m. in Manayunk with the women’s pro race.
Partying Begins Along Manayunk Wall Ahead Of Philly Cycling ClassicThe Philly Cycling Classic takes place On Sunday and a popular spectator spot is along the Manayunk Wall. The celebration has all ready begun at some houses along the steep hill.
Fit Fest Kicks Off Fitness Week In ManayunkIf you want to tackle the famous Manayunk Wall a day before hundreds of pro cyclists get their chance, today is your day. Manayunk Fit Fest is taking place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Participants Prepare For Inaugural Parx Casino Philly Cycling ClassicElite riders are stretching their legs Saturday and getting a feel for the new course to prepare for Sunday's inaugural Parx Casino Philly Cycling Classic.
Bike Race Returns To PhiladelphiaThe new Manayunk-focused 12-mile circuit will start and finish atop the Wall -- the 17% grade side roads in the neighborhood -- off Main Street.
Organizers Cancel 2013 Philadelphia International Cycling ChampionshipFor the first time since 1985, there will not be a pro cycling race in Philadelphia the first weekend in June.