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Fun Facts - Tour de Pierce
Rest Stops
There is one rest stop for each of the routes. Refreshments will be provided to riders at the rest stop as well as restrooms.

Clothing
Ride in comfortable clothing. Be prepared and bring sun protection and rain wear.

Food
Bring your own water.  Each rider should carry a water bottle on the ride. Stores and restaurants can be found along the route in Puyallup, Sumner, and Orting, or bring food from home.  Refreshments will be provided to riders at the rest stop as well as restrooms. This year’s new rest stop is at the Winco Foods’ parking lot in Sumner.

No Training Wheels or Tricycles
The Tour de Pierce course is on local roads where traffic will be encountered. No tricycles or training wheels are allowed. It is a parental decision to determine if a child is prepared to ride the Tour de Pierce. 



About the Proceeds 
Tour de Pierce is sponsored by the Pierce County Parks and Recreation Department. The proceeds from this ride are used to fund programs for bicycle education and youth in Pierce County. 

Questions About Tour de Pierce 
Contact Cara by email or by phone at (253) 841-8515 for more information.

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Cara Cross
Recreation Supervisor

Pierce County Parks and Recreation
14422 Meridian E.
South Hill Puyallup, WA 98375

Ph: (253) 841-8515
Fx: (253) 841-8532
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Hours 
Monday - Friday 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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