Arnold Schwarzenegger looks ruggedly handsome as he goes for a bike ride in Los Angeles

He’s an actor-turned-politician turned actor again.

And on Monday, Arnold Schwarzenegger took a break from his multi-faceted professional life as he was seen on a bike ride in Los Angeles.

The former bodybuilder, 74, went for a monochromatic look in a black t-shirt, black shorts and black leather slip-on sneakers.

On-the-go: On Monday, Arnold Schwarzenegger took a break from his multi-faceted professional life as he was seen on a bike ride in Los Angeles

On-the-go: On Monday, Arnold Schwarzenegger took a break from his multi-faceted professional life as he was seen on a bike ride in Los Angeles

On-the-go: On Monday, Arnold Schwarzenegger took a break from his multi-faceted professional life as he was seen on a bike ride in Los Angeles

Schwarzenegger kept a rugged look going as he flaunted facial hair in a silver tone. 

His appearance comes nearly a month after his film alongside Jackie Chan titled The Mystery of the Dragon Seal: Journey to China got its first release date.

In the film, Schwarzenegger plays a sea captain while Chan plays a master wizard.

Active: The former bodybuilder, 74, went for a monochromatic look in a black t-shirt, black shorts and black leather slip-on sneakers

Active: The former bodybuilder, 74, went for a monochromatic look in a black t-shirt, black shorts and black leather slip-on sneakers

Active: The former bodybuilder, 74, went for a monochromatic look in a black t-shirt, black shorts and black leather slip-on sneakers

Coming soon: In Mystery of the Dragon Seal: Journey to China, Schwarzenegger plays a sea captain while Chan plays a master wizard

Coming soon: In Mystery of the Dragon Seal: Journey to China, Schwarzenegger plays a sea captain while Chan plays a master wizard

Coming soon: In Mystery of the Dragon Seal: Journey to China, Schwarzenegger plays a sea captain while Chan plays a master wizard

More info: The film has a budget of over $50M, and Chan is one of its co-producers

More info: The film has a budget of over $50M, and Chan is one of its co-producers

More info: The film has a budget of over $50M, and Chan is one of its co-producers

The film is directed by Russian filmmaker Oleg Stepchenko and wrapped filming in Beijing back in 2017.

Before it was wrapped, the film underwent ‘lengthy on-again, off-again shoots,’ according to The Hollywood Reporter

Journey to China is a follow-up to Stepchenko’s 2014 film Forbidden Empire.

Much to the Russian market’s surprise, the film was a hit and raked in $40M. 

As an answer to the film’s success, the producers made the choice to go big or go home when it came to the sequel, making it a China-Russia co-production and deciding to add Chan and Schwarzenegger to the mix. 

The film has a budget of over $50M, and Chan is one of its co-producers.    

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