Dax Shepard cut a casual figure as he ran errands on his Honda Grom motorbike in the Los Feliz neighbourhood of Los Angeles on Thursday.
The actor, 46, was spotted in the Californian city as he rode the economical mini sports-bike with a brown paper bag on the seat in front of him.
The comedian wore a white T-shirt with a circular red logo on the front, with the black rim featuring the name of his home state, Michigan.
Ready to roll: Dax Shepard, 46, cut a casual figure as he ran errands on his Honda Grom motorbike in the Los Feliz neighbourhood of Los Angeles on Thursday
The star left his legs exposed to the warm late summer open air as he stepped out, opting for a pair of shorts.
He ensured his safety as he rode his bike, wearing a silver and black crash helmet on his head.
Dax is a motorsports fan, with the screen star regularly sharing pictures of his Grom, and other bikes and cars on Instagram.
Wheelie big bike fan: Dax is a motorsports fan with the screen star regularly sharing pictures of his Grom, and other bikes and cars on Instagram
Posting a picture of himself posing with the red and black scooter in a countryside location on Instagram earlier this year, he wrote: ‘Entering a new chapter: Grom Life.’
The Grom is known for its light weight, economical fuel consumption, seat low to the ground and ability to go off road.
Dax married actress Kristen Bell, 41, in 2013 and they share children Lincoln, eight, and Delta, six, together.
Vroom vroom! Dax cut a casual figure in a T-shirt and shorts as he ran errands in the Californian sunshine
In September last year he admitted to relapsing on painkillers after 16 years of sobriety, saying he ‘felt so terrible about the lying’ as he hid his dependence from his friends and family.
He said on his Armchair Expert podcast at the time: ‘And I’m lying to other people and I know I have to quit.
‘And I start getting really scared, and I’m starting to feel really lonely. And I just have this enormous secret.’
Private life: Dax, who is married to Kristen Bell, 41, recently discussed his relapse on painkillers after 16 years of sobriety