Arnold Schwarzenegger was spotted for the first time since news of his lawsuit.
The Terminator actor, 76, bundled up in a navy puffer jacket to enjoy a morning bike ride with his 30-year-old son, Patrick, and a group of their friends in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The former Governor of California — who recalled competing with Sylvester Stallone, 77, over their muscular builds and high-profile action films — put on a casual display and sported cool sunglasses for their daytime outing.
The day before, it was revealed that he is being sued by a cyclist he allegedly struck with his car during an accident back in February.
For his first public outing since the news broke, he wore a puffer jacket over a T-shirt and sported fitted, black joggers.
The Predator star wore tall socks and leather slip-on sneakers with a contrasting, white platform.
He shielded his eyes from the sun in a pair of biker glasses with a black frame and orange, reflective lenses.
At his side, his eldest son, who is also his third child, wore a navy quarter-zip over a black T-shirt teamed with off-white sweatpants.
He donned blue tie-dye socks with black-and-white tennis shoes for his casual cycling outfit.
The Moxie actor also wore a pair of all-black, wraparound sunglasses during the sunny day.
It was revealed the day before that the Golden Globe winner is being sued by a bicyclist over an incident that occurred earlier this year in February.
He was driving around the city when a bicyclist ‘suddenly swerved into his lane and made contact’ with his car before he had a chance to slow down, TMZ reported at the time.
According to the lawsuit obtained by the outlet, a woman named Joanne Flickinger claims she was the cyclist who collided with the star’s SUV in West LA.
Flickinger alleges Arnold was driving ‘with excessive speed and failed to keep a proper lookout’ and claims the collision caused her severe injuries.
DailyMail.com has contacted Arnold’s reps for comment.
The cyclist was taken to hospital after the crash with the star taking the bike to a shop for repairs.
The actor spoke to a group of police officers who asked for further details regarding the accident.
Arnold did not appear to be at fault in the incident, law enforcement sources told TMZ at the time.
It was claimed the woman made a fast left turn in front of Arnold’s car before he could brake and that he was not going fast at all.
An investigation into the accident was launched, although it was reportedly determined that the former governor of California could not have done anything to avoid being hit.
Schwarzenegger was previously involved in a multi-car accident that took place in Brentwood last January.
According to TMZ, the performer was driving his GMC Yukon when he collided with a Toyota Prius that subsequently continued to roll into a Porsche Taycan.
The driver of the Prius was taken to a hospital by ambulance after it was found that she was bleeding heavily from her head.
No arrests were made at the scene of the accident, and neither drugs nor alcohol were suspected to have been factors.
Law enforcement sources later told the media outlet that it appeared that Schwarzenegger was at fault and that he had made an illegal left turn, causing the accident.
A representative for the actor later spoke to People and expressed that he had not been hurt in the incident.
They added that, at the time, the performer’s ‘only concern…is for the woman who was injured.’