2014 Tour de Shore

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The Irish Pub's flagship event, "Tour De Shore" is set for its 27th annual trek across the state line to New Jersey. More than 1500 participants will make the 65-mile journey this Sunday.

    Thousands of bike riders crossed the Ben Franklin Bridge Sunday morning for the 27th annual Tour de Shore. The annual race supports local police charities.

    The 65-mile bike ride began at 7 a.m. outside the Irish Pub on 20th and Walnut Streets in Philadelphia and continued over the Ben Franklin Bridge through South Jersey. The race came to an end at the Irish Pub on the Atlantic City boardwalk. An after party took place at the AC Irish Pub.

    Get the full weekend events guide, including times, locations and tickets, here.

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