It was a beautiful day in always sunny Philadelphia as the color guard marched out Old Glory for the start of this year’s cha
The Men’s Pro cyclists lined up and had a moment of silence to remember Jerry Casale a co-founder of the Liberty Classic, whi
With the City of Brotherly Love as the backdrop, the race begins.
It’s easy to see why Philly plays host to America’s biggest, longest running single day pro race. If you squint down the park
Fred Rodriguez (Team Exergy) contemplates if he can pull another win in a race that’s been so good to him over the years.
Bissell Cycling rider Benjamin Jacques-Maynes looks ahead to a long day in the saddle
7. Mexican National Champion, Luis Enrique Davila (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) holds his own with the pros on his first trip to Ma
The pace quickens as the pack rides through the cobblestones at the bottom of THE wall.
It seems like a long way up- but on this early lap it’s the riders taking the bite out of it.
Anders Christiansen (Danish National Team) makes it look like a ride in the park.
Olympian and PA boy, Bobby Lea (Team CykelCity.se p/b PureEnergy Cycling-ProAir HFA) did an amazing job of holding onto the
Joe Eldridge (Team Type 1-SANOFI) works hard to keep the field together
Right before the last long lap the skies opened up for a brief downpour and Team UnitedHealthcare and Team Type 1-SANOFI pus
Despite the exhaustion Thomas Rabou (Competitive Cyclist Racing Team) makes every effort to hold onto that final three-man b
Team UnitedHealthcare soldiers on
Leading the last valiant break is Andres Miguel Diaz Corrales (Team Exergy). At one point it was up to three minutes differe
His tactic enabled teammate Fred Rodriguez to sit tight in the field and wait for the sprint
A rare moment in this race: the men and women fields pass each other on Kelly Drive.
Jazzed from his win Thursday night at Base Camp Int., Clinton Avery (Champion System Pro Cycling Team) takes his turn at the
Team Type 1 punches in and goes to work with one lap to go- reeling in the break…
…and taking the win, second and fourth place.
The podium: Fred Rodriguez (Team Exergy) third place, Alexander Serebryakov (Team Type 1-SANOFI) first place, Aldo_1_1.JPG
The star studded Women’s field line up to conquer Philadelphia.
The women roll out
Evelyn Stevens (Team Specialized lululemon) has a chat with the field
Amber Pierce (Diadora- Pasta Zara) works for the team
Emily Collins (Vanderkitten-Focus) almost made the top ten.
Pure Energy Cycling ProAri-HFA’s Lenore Pipes managed to represent her team today.
German National Champ, Ina Teutenberg (Team Specialized lululemon) shows to pack how to focus a win
The women traverse under an industrial bridge on the way to Manayunk.
Providing some shade the peloton cools their cleats in the tunnel.
Kate Veronneau (Pure Energy Cycling ProAri-HFA) gets her burst on and chases to catch the field right off the top of the wal
Headline: Lululemon Leads on Lemon Hill! Evie Stevens (Team Specialized lululemom)
Team Diadora-Pasta Zara did a great job of protecting their World Champion, Giorgia Bronzini
Evie Stevens (Team Specialized lululemon) was at the front of the field all day.
Designated gunner for the day- Evelyn Stevens.
Giorgia Bronzini (Diadora-Pasta Zara) knows what wheel to sit on-Ina Teutenberg (Team Specialized lululemon) still looks rel
Last lap: Team Specialized lululemon fends off a push by Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies, and look who is rig
Ina Teutenberg (Team Specialized lululemon) takes the win for the fifth year in a row.
The podium: Giorgina Bronzini (Diadora-Pasta Zara) third place, Ina Teutenberg (Team Specialized lululemon) first place, Ro
Tracy Lea of Fuji presents the Mary Jane (Miji) Reoch Award to Samantha Schneider. This award is presented by USA Cycling to