We started off by riding down into Wymondham town centre - which was all but deserted - then headed into the countryside, riding up the hill at Crownthorpe and along the Dereham road.
Round the bends at Wicklewood we pulled into a lay-by in front of the parish church of St Andrew and All Saints (below left), before riding off again down the hill towards the Watton road.
Riding at a sedate pace of 35 mph, Little Willie just seemed to purr along effortlessly and kept the same speed up hill and down dale, leaving but a wisp of blue smoke behind her.
The country lanes echoed to the sound of the beat of the two-stroke engine - barking every now and again as I applied a bit more throttle, but never obtrusive.
There was quite a lot of silt and stones on the lanes, the result of heavy overnight rain the day before, but with a twitch of the handlebars we managed to avoid the worst and Little Willie just kept ploughing along regardless.
There were a few fast cars on the road, but they didn't bother us and kept behind until it was safe to overtake.
Then we proceeded along the lane, eventually coming to a sigh-post (top left) where we stopped to decide which way to go next. We opted for Morley, then back to Wymondham along the main road from Attleborough (used to be the A11, but now downgraded as bypassed).
Then back through the Market Place and town centre - still deserted! - and home!