Jun 4, 2012, 2:17 PM EST
The TD Bank Cycling Championships, typically known simply as the Manayunk Bike Race, went down yesterday in Philadelphia and the focus this year was supposed to once again be on a more family-friendly atmosphere. [video below]
Did any Level readers make it down to Manayunk or out to the Parkway on Sunday morning to partake in the festivities?
I was fighting a wicked hangover from a doubleheader of the Phillies-Marlins matinee>James Murphy surprise DJ set at Morgan’s Pier on Saturday, so I did not cheer on any riders in this year’s bike race.
We’re curious if it felt any different than in previous years in terms of the push to not be such a boozefest?
By the sounds of the people in the below video, plenty of fun was had by most involved.
Photos by Kevin Drennen
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