Three cities in southeastern Pennsylvania will draw some of cycling's top road pros for a week of racing known as the Commerce Bank Triple Crown of Cycling. The series includes the Lancaster Classic on Sunday, June 3, the Reading Classic on Thursday, June 7, and the Philadelphia International Championship on June 10.
The June 10 event in Philly celebrates its 23rd running of the men's race and the 14th annual Liberty Classic for the women. The men's race was formerly the USPro Cycling Championships until they were moved to Greenville, South Carolina last year.
Over 300,000 spectators are expected to watch 400 athletes from 23 countries. Racer will tackle climbs that have been American cycling icons like the Manayunk Wall & Lemon Hill.