Arnold Schwarzenegger Goes For A Bike Ride With Friends In Santa Monica As Divorce Negotiations With Maria Shriver Continue: Photos
There is nothing like a bike ride on a sunny day!
Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed another leisurely bike ride with a group of friends on Wednesday, December 8. The former politician, 74, soaked up the Santa Monica sun in a baseball cap, a pair of dark shades and his signature purple puffer jacket.
The small group-of-three appeared to be chatting leisurely as they rolled through the streets of the coastal city during their ride.
Schwarzenegger's active outing comes as he and estranged wife of ten years, Maria Shriver are continuing to figure out the final terms of their divorce.
Back in 2011, the couple split after 25 years together when it was revealed that the Terminator actor had fathered a child named Joseph Baena with their former housekeeper Mildred while he was still married. Shriver officially filed divorce papers that same year.
“We are continuing to parent our four children together. They are the light and the center of both of our lives," they stated of parting ways.
Now the former couple — who married in 1986— are currently sorting out their reported multi-million dollar estate along with their large real-estate portfolio.
When the two began divorce proceedings, Shriver demanded monthly spousal support and requested half of the marital estate. Schwarzenegger was awarded their Brentwood residence and the Ten Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Went Out into the Real World author got several of their other properties. The two agreed on shared custody of their sons, Patrick and Christopher.
Scroll through the gallery below to see Arnold Schwarzenegger's Santa Monica Bike Ride.
Schwarzenegger's crew looked focused on their destination as they enjoyed the laid back adventure.
The Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story author appeared to be mid conversation with his cycling buddy as they made their way through Santa Monica.
Schwarzenegger stood out from the group in his royal purple puffer jacket that he paired with dark pants, camoflauge cap and black shades.
The former Governor of California looked cool as can be as he lead the group of cyclists.