Harrison Ford shows off his toned physique as he cycles through the streets of London

Harrison Ford, 79, shows off his muscular physique as he cycles through London after injury forced him to take a three-month film break from the movie Indiana Jones 5

He has been forced to take a break from filming the upcoming Indiana Jones 5 movie for three months as he recovers from a shoulder injury sustained on set.

Still, Harrison Ford looked cheerful when spotted through London on Friday.

Showing off his toned physique, the 79-year-old took to the streets of the exclusive Mayfair district in black cycling shorts and a gray zip-up sports jacket.

Sweating: Harrison Ford showed off his toned physique as he made the most of his three-month shoulder injury break from Indiana Jones 5 to cycle the streets of London

Hard at work: Harrison Ford looked cheerful when spotted through London on Friday

Hard at work: Harrison Ford looked cheerful when spotted through London on Friday

The Hollywood Walk of Fame recipient put his safety first, protecting his head with a tough onyx helmet and cropping off a pair of sports sunglasses for the outing.

Harrison wore a pair of black cycling gloves and shoes for his afternoon workout with the eye-catching red bike, completing his look with a pair of white socks with black stripes.

Shooting for the fifth and final Indiana Jones film in the series was originally set to release in 2022, but that was before filming was delayed for three months due to Harrison’s injury.

Actor: The icon depicted in the last Indiana Jones movie in 2008

Actor: The icon depicted in the last Indiana Jones movie in 2008

Going into town: Showing off his toned physique, the 79-year-old took to the streets of the exclusive Mayfair neighborhood dressed in black cycling shorts and a gray zip-up sports jacket

Going into town: Showing off his toned physique, the 79-year-old took to the streets of the exclusive Mayfair neighborhood dressed in black cycling shorts and a gray zip-up sports jacket

Spotted: The Hollywood Walk of Fame recipient put his safety first, protecting his head with a tough onyx helmet and cutting sports sunglasses for the outing

Spotted: The Hollywood Walk of Fame recipient put his safety first, protecting his head with a tough onyx helmet and cutting sports sunglasses for the outing

To explore the city;  Harrison wore a pair of black cycling gloves and shoes for his afternoon workout with the eye-catching red bike, adding to his look with a pair of white socks with black stripe

Exploring the city: Harrison wore a pair of black cycling gloves and shoes for his afternoon workout with the eye-catching red bike, adding to his look with a pair of white socks with black stripes

It was another blow for the film – in which James Mangold takes on the directing role of longtime director Steven Spielberg – after shooting was previously pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.

An insider told The sunWeird column that, since it’s Harrison’s last performance as Indiana, everyone expected it to go smoothly.

They said: ‘After the initial delays, everyone was eager to go. But now Harrison is hurt and it’s worse than first thought.

Almost as good as the real thing: Harrison has two stunt doubles who filled in for him while filming in Glasgow

Almost as good as the real thing: Harrison has two stunt doubles who filled in for him while filming in Glasgow

On Hold: Shooting for the fifth and final Indiana Jones film in the series was originally set to release in 2022, but that was before filming was delayed for three months due to Harrison's injury

On Hold: Shooting for the fifth and final Indiana Jones film in the series was originally set to release in 2022, but that was before filming was delayed for three months due to Harrison’s injury

Uh-oh: It's another blow to the film - with James taking the helm from longtime helmsman Steven Spielberg - after shooting was previously pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic

Uh-oh: It’s another blow to the film – with James taking the helm from longtime helmsman Steven Spielberg – after shooting was previously pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic

“The film’s bosses have come together to work out the schedule and it’s chaos. They think they can start production again in September at the earliest.

“It wasn’t what anyone expected, so to have to change everything is a huge blow. Everyone was worried about Harrison and they’re glad he’s on the mend.”

Raiders Of The Lost Ark director Steven Spielberg famously referred to himself as “an idiot” for allowing Harrison to perform his own stunts, including one that involved the protagonist avoiding a 300-pound prop.

Blending in: An insider told The Sun's Bizarre column that since it's Harrison's last outing as Indiana, everyone expected it to go smoothly

Blending in: An insider told The Sun’s Bizarre column that since it’s Harrison’s last outing as Indiana, everyone expected it to go smoothly

Emerging: 'After the initial delays, everyone was eager to go.  But now Harrison is injured and it is worse than previously thought,

Emerging: ‘After the initial delays, everyone was eager to go. But now Harrison is injured and it is worse than previously thought,” the insider said.

Teamwork: 'The film's bosses have come together to work out the schedule and it's chaos.  They think they can start production again in September at the earliest.

Teamwork: ‘The film’s bosses have come together to work out the schedule and it’s chaos. They think they can start production again in September at the earliest.”

Getting better: “It wasn't what anyone expected, so having to change everything is a huge blow.  Everyone was worried about Harrison and they're glad he's on the mend.

Getting better: “It wasn’t what anyone expected, so having to change everything is a huge blow. Everyone was worried about Harrison and they’re glad he’s on the mend.”

Wow!  Raiders Of The Lost Ark director Steven Spielberg famously referred to himself as

Wow! Raiders Of The Lost Ark director Steven Spielberg famously referred to himself as “an idiot” for allowing Harrison to perform his own stunts, including one that involved the protagonist avoiding a 300-pound prop.

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