A found member of Dunboyne Cycling Club and owner of some prominent businesses – including Cycleways and Spin11 - It’s fair to say that Philip could probably have his own website to cover his achievements and contributions to Irish cycling! Including being a double Irish National Champion, participating in two Olympic games and two-time winner of the Rás, here are some of his notable accomplishments over the years…
1982 1st in Shay Elliott Memorial, Bray, Wicklow, Ireland.
1983 2nd Stage 3 Tour of Britain, Welwyn Garden City, Great Britain.
1983 1st in General Classification An Post Rás, (Rás Tailteann), Ireland
1983 1st in Stage 2 An Post Rás, (Rás Tailteann), Ireland.
1987 1st in Stage 2 An Post Rás, (Rás Tailteann), Ireland.
1987 1st in Ireland National Championship, Road, Amateurs.
1987 2nd in Tour of the Cotswolds, Great Britain.
1988 1st in Archer International Grand Prix, (London). UK.
1999 1st in General Classification An Post Rás, (Rás Tailteann), Ireland
1999 1st in Ireland National Championship, Road, ITT, Elite.
2000 1st in General Classification Irish Sea Tour of the North, Ireland
2000 1st in General Classification Tour of Ulster.
2000 2nd in Des Hanlon Memorial, Carlow, Ireland
2002 1st in Prologue Tour of Munster, (Ras Mumhan), Killorglin.
2002 2nd in Stage 2 An Post Rás, (Rás Tailteann) Nenagh Ireland
2002 1st in Stage 3 An Post Rás, (Rás Tailteann), Killorglin Ireland
2004 1st in Stage 2 Tour of Ulster, Omagh (Omagh), Great Britain
2005 1st in Rás an Turcaí Galway, Ras an Turcai, Carraroe Ireland
2005 3rd in Des Hanlon Memorial, Carlow Ireland.