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Philadelphia International Cycling Championship

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Mayor Nutter: Philadelphia Bike Race Will Return In 2014

Mayor Michael Nutter vows to work for the return of professional cycling to Philadelphia next year despite this year’s cancellation of a race held in the city for almost three decades.

01/22/2013

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Organizers Cancel 2013 Philadelphia International Cycling Championship

For the first time since 1985, there will not be a pro cycling race in Philadelphia the first weekend in June.

01/21/2013

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Another Exciting Finish To Philadelphia Bike Race

The Philadelphia International Cycling Championship had the usual hold-your-breath finish on the Ben Franklin Parkway on Sunday.

06/03/2012

(Race Announcer Michael Aisner with rider Michael Chauner - Credit: Steve Tawa)

This Year’s Philadelphia International Cycling Championship Includes More Americans

This year’s Philadelphia International Cycling Championship is set for Sunday on a race course that includes the Ben Franklin Parkway, Kelly Drive, and up through the Manayunk section of town.

06/02/2012

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Stage Set For Philadelphia International Cycling Championship

Many of the top cycling teams from around the world are now rolling into Philadelphia for the ‘biggest and most prestigious one-day race in the U-S.’

06/01/2012

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A Curbside Court Returns To Manayunk This Weekend

An enhanced effort to curtail drunken rowdiness will be in effect for a popular pro-cycling race in Philadelphia this weekend.

05/30/2012

(Jim Wiley.)

Positively Philadelphia: Cycling For a Kids’ Cycling-Based Charity

“This charity ride is for Neighborhood Bike Works,” says Jim Wiley, a local businessman and avid cyclist. The program, he explains, shows kids how to build their own bicycle from scrap parts.

05/20/2012

Jerry Casale, at center-left. (Credit: Philadelphia International Cycling Championship)

Co-Founder Of Philadelphia Bike Race, Jerry Casale, Dies At 71

The cycling world has lost a true pioneer, friend and mentor. Jerry Casale has died at the age of 71, following a lengthy illness.

03/09/2012