I'm excited to be part of the Annual Tour de Greenbelt/Cycle for Land Conservation, a ride hosted by Greenbelt - Essex County's Land Trust. The natural beauty of Essex County makes it a popular destination for cyclists from near and far. Greenbelt has played a leading role in protecting the scenic landscapes in this region; since 1961, Greenbelt has permanently protected more than 18,500 acres of farmland, wildlife habitat and scenic vistas. Every dollar I raise directly benefits Greenbelt's land conservation work - thank you for supporting me in Tour de Greenbelt!
Tour de Greenbelt
The Annual Tour de Greenbelt/Cycle for Land Conservation is a 25- , 40-, 50-, and 100-mile ride hosted by Greenbelt - Essex County's Land Trust on September 17, 2022. The suggested road routes pass by more than 50 spectacular properties Greenbelt has protected. The 40-mile Gravel Grinder route combines on- and off-road riding, past Greenbelt properties and also through beautiful woodlands. Road routes are lightly marked and riders are provided with turn-by-turn GPS event navigation which can be used on any smartphone. The Gravel and 100-mile routes are self-navigated (not marked) this year. Each registered cyclist may purchase a Tour de Greenbelt jersey. Please order your jersey before July 27 to guarantee delivery before the start date of the event. For any orders after that date, we will place a second order with our supplier and mail your jersey to you in 4-5 weeks. Proceeds from the ride directly benefit Greenbelt's land conservation work throughout beautiful Essex County. Thank you!
Essex County Greenbelt is a non-profit land trust that works to conserve the farmland, wildlife habitat, and scenic landscapes within the 34 cities and towns of Essex County, MA. Since its founding in 1961, Greenbelt has conserved over 18,500 acres of local land and has been directly involved in protecting 75% of the acreage conserved in the last decade. Through active land conservation initiatives, as well as multi-platform public outreach, Greenbelt continues to build a community of conservation and stewardship throughout the region.