The actor reportedly biked from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas


Harrison Ford is nearly 80 years old, and he’s still killing it. The Star Wars legend, 78, headed to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for a vacation with friends and was spotted gearing up for a bike ride. Harrison proved that all his training for the fifth Indiana Jones movie is paying off, revealing his buff arm muscles in a tight zip-up shirt.

Ford proved that age is just a number as he embarked on an epic bike ride in Mexico on Friday. 

Before that, though, Harrison was staying safe and quarantining in Los Angeles with his wife, Calista Flockhart, 56, and their 19-year-old son, Liam Flockhart Ford.

The actor, who turns 79 in July, donned lycra sports gear as he enjoyed his trip from Tijuana all the way down to Cabo San Lucas.

He was joined by friends for the ride, where he looked ready for action in a tight black sports top and matching cycling leggings. He completed the outfit with a pair of skintight purple bike shorts, aviator sunglasses, a straw fedora, and a colorful scarf.

Ford took time to greet all the fans who recognized him at the restaurants and hotels where he stopped, from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas.

During his bike ride, Harrison opted for a looser black t-shirt, running leggings, and wraparound shades to keep the sun out of his face.

He completed the activewear look with grey and red trainers and donned a beige sunhat and sunglasses as he stopped off for a quick break.

Once back on his bike, Harrison took all the necessary safety precautions by wearing a helmet for the journey. 

The Indiana Jones star was no doubt preparing for his trip when he was spotted out in LA last week visiting a bike shop. 

His Mexico trip comes after The Star Wars icon's reportedly waited in line for two-and-a-half hours to receive the coronavirus vaccine in Los Angeles County.

The actor reportedly biked from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas. That would be extremely impressive, considering the two cities are nearly 1000 miles apart — a roughly 80 hour trip by bicycle.

The only place he did not ride his bicycle was 200 kilometers from Ciudad Constitucion to La Paz, where he preferred to drive his Sprinter van.

His representative did not comment any further than offering gratitude to medical volunteers and staff working in the field.

Residents of the peninsula followed his adventure and on the stretch from La Paz to Cabo San Lucas he was accompanied by cycling champion Cristian Valenzuela.

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