Posted on Friday 6 May 2011 by John Aizlewood
After three days of cycling north, John and Paul arrived in York. It had been warm and dry with a persistent head wind across the Cambridge Fens and Lincolnshire and Yorkshire vales. The major crop this year seemed to be Oil Seed Rape, with acres of its bright yellow flowers from horizon to horizon. 318km. There had been no significant hills so far but that was about to change.