Palmares

  1. December 7-12, 1896 New York City, Madison Square Garden, Individual Six-Day Race. 6th place, 1758 miles, 1 lap
  2. July 27, 1897 Cambridge, Charles River Park, 5 mile Inter-city Team Pursuit Race. Boston Team: Nat Butler, Frank Butler, Eddie McDuffee, Major Taylor and Burns Pierce. Philadelphia Team: J.F.Starbuck, E.A. Acker, Charles Church, R.P. McCurdy, and F.P. Thompson. Boston won 9 mins 53 sec. 1st place
  3. December 6-11, 1897 New York City, Madison Square Garden, Individual Six-Day Race. 6th place, 1823 miles
  4. December 5-10, 1898 New York City, Madison Square Garden, Individual Six-Day Race. World Record by Burns W. Pierce for 24hrs; 457miles (732.2km), 3rd place overall, 1955 miles
  5. January 7, 1899 New York City, Madison Square Garden, 24 hour Cycle race.
  6. February 14-19, 1899 San Francisco, Mechanics’ Pavilion, Individual Six-Day Race, DNF, Withdrew at 4 days 12 hours after completing 1,502 miles in 10th place.
  7. December 4-12, 1899 New York City, Madison Square Garden, Team Six-Day Race, partnered with Louis Gimm, 3rd place
  8. June 18, 1900 Charles River Park, 20 mile motor-paced race, 1st place, 34:29.35 defeated ‘Jimmy’ Michael.
  9. July 4, 1900 Bridgeport, Conn. 25 mile motor paced race
  10. July 9, 1900 Cambridge, Mass., Charles River Park Cycling Track, 2 hour Race, 3rd place. 63 miles (100.8km) covered with an average of 50km/hr.
  11. July 13, 1900 Cambridge, Mass., Charles River Park Cycling Track, Individual 6-day, 2nd place
  12. July 19, 1900 Cambridge, Mass. Charles River Park Cycling Track, 20 mile motor-paced race, 1st place in 30:29.35
  13. September 25, 1900 Hartford Velodrome Track, 20 mile motor-paced race lost to ‘Jimmy’ Michael, 35:20
  14. December 10-15, 1900 New York City, Madison Square Garden, Team Six-Day Race, partnered with fellow Canadian Archie McEachern, 2nd place, 2028 miles, and 7 laps.
  15. June 8, 1901 Philadelphia, 35 mile motor-paced race, 1st place, defeated ‘Jimmy’ Michael
  16. June 22, 1901 Manhattan Beach Cycle Track, New York City, 25 mile motor-paced race.
  17. August 29 - September 3, 1901 Boston, Revere Beach Cycling Track, Team Six-day Race, partnered with Eddie A. McDuffee, 4th place
  18. September 12, 1901 Baltimore, Maryland, 20 mile motor-paced race. Lost to Archie McEachern by 1 mile 2 ¼ laps
  19. September 13, 1901 Washington, D.C., 20-mile motor-paced race. Lost to Archie McEachern. Pierce immediately announced he had given up professional racing at 33 years old

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