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Portland to Portland Cycle Arrives in Ireland 5-7 July 2013

Published: Thursday, July 04, 2013

The Portland Oregon to Portland Place bike ride P2P arrived in Ireland on 5 July 2013 and the riders took in Limerick's historic Milk Market with a tour by architect Richard Rice, the Rock of Cashel, Clonmel's Main Guard and Waterford's new Treasures Museum.

Meeting the riders on route were Irish architect and President of the RIBA, Angela Brady; architects Maria Kiernan and Paul Kearney; architects Richard Rice (Limerick) and Anne Harpur (Waterford), and editor of Architecture Ireland, Sandra O'Connell. 

Organised by British architect and journalist Peter Murray, the P2P team elected to start in Portland because it is a cycling city and America’s most livable city. They carried out research into the cyclization of the following cities: Portland, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago, Michigan City, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Dublin, Oxford and London.

More photos from the Irish stint of the P2P cycle are on facebook and on

Twitter: https://twitter.com/angelabradyRIBA and https://twitter.com/P2PCycle

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P2P tour stages


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