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Tour de Pier returns to Manhattan Beach

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Ride in place – move charity forward!

The second annual Tour de Pier is a unique fundraising event that brings one of the hottest indoor fitness activities – stationary cycling – to the Manhattan Beach Pier on Sunday, May 18.

The Tour de Pier includes four 50 minute sessions beginning at 9 a.m.

Participants can ride solo for all four sessions or be a team captain and recruit up to three teammates to register and ride as a team.

In addition to the cycling portion of the Tour de Pier, the event will include a Health Expo with a number of fitness and health related sponsors; a Fun Zone with games, moon bounces and more.

Spectrum’s Cardio Kid Zone will have the little ones bouncing and riding as well. New this year, they’ve got tot-sized stationary bikes that kids ages 3 to 8 can hop on for a few minutes and join in the fun. No registration necessary.

The Tour de Pier is organized to raise funds for the cancer community. The Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research, The LiveSTRONG Foundation and Cancer Support Community.

For additional information and registration, visit the website at

The Manhattan Beach Pier and Strand is located at 2 Manhattan Beach Boulevard in beautiful downtown Manhattan Beach.



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