|Cake at Beningborough Hall|
|Following the bridleway to Stamford Bridge|
Having had a picnic on the way to Pocklington, we stopped there for coffee before tackling the only significant hill of the day as we climbed through the Yorkshire Wolds in Millington Dale.
|Pasture Gate in the Wolds|
Day three stats: 79 miles in around 8 hours and 1920ft of climbing.
Day four consisted of the remaining 23 miles that included a detour via Rudston and Boynton because of works on the roman road Woldgate. We had a brew on the front with a number of other groups that had just completed the route and then made our way to the station, picking up fish and chips just before departure - sweet reward for a great few days cycling.
|Bridlington Station buffet|
Way of the Roses is a superb route with plenty of variety, challenges and interesting scenery - highly recommended!