2014 Irish Pub Tour de Shore Details
Sunday, July 27, 2014
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Registration has now closed. If you would like to be added to our waiting list, please contact Leslie via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration closes once we reach capacity.
There is a minimum donation requirement of $200 ($25 registration fee and $175 donation fee). This donation requirement is due by July 1st or you will be removed from the ride.
- Your minimum donation requirement of $200 is due by July 1st. If you are not paid in full, you will be removed from the ride.
The Irish Pub Tour de Shore is a 65-mile bike ride that begins promptly at 7 am outside the Irish Pub on 20th and Walnut Streets in Philadelphia. It continues over the Ben Franklin Bridge, through scenic South Jersey, and comes to a celebratory finish at the Irish Pub's original location on the Atlantic City boardwalk.
There are 4 rest stops throughout the route to Atlantic City with food, refreshments, first aid stations where available and bike support.
Bike assistance and medical support will constantly be roving the route, should you need assistance.
After the ride we host our legendary after party in the parking lot of the Irish Pub in Atlantic City.
Friends and family are welcome to come cheer you on at the finish line and enjoy complementary food and beverages. Riders are admitted for free and there is a $20 donation for friends and family members.
During the after party, we also sell raffle tickets so make sure to bring your wallet! We always have great baskets.
Plan on staying over?
We have partnered with Resorts Casino Hotels
To make a reservation, call 888-797-7700 and give our group code VIPT14.
Or click here to book reservation online.
All proceeds benefit Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey Children's Charities
For more information:
Click here to view our FAQ's or
call 215-568-5603 and ask for Allie or