He was previously left with four broken ribs after a nasty racetrack accident.
But Dax Shepard showed that his painful ordeal hasn’t stopped him from taking to the roads, as he took his two daughters for a ride on his beloved mini motorbike on Monday.
The actor, 46, was seen speeding around on his Honda Grom with his children Lincoln, seven, and Delta, six, after a crash last year left him with his arm in a sling.
Family ride: Dax Shepard showed that his painful ordeal hasn’t stopped him from taking to the roads, as he took his two daughters for a ride on his beloved mini motorbike on Monday
Dax, who is married to actress Kristen Bell, cut a casual figure in a red plaid shirt as he rode around with his children.
The actor, who has previously shared snaps of his beloved Grom on Instagram ensured his children were kept safe with helmets, as they clung to him while he slowly rode around.
The Grom is known for its light weight, economical fuel consumption, seat low to the ground and ability to go off road.
Speeding along: The actor, 46, was seen speeding around on his Honda Grom with his children Lincoln, seven, and Delta, six, after a crash last year left him with his arm in a sling
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.’
Dax had his accident in August 2020 at a racetrack and had to have surgery but a week after the crash Kristen welcomed him home from the hospital.
The Frozen blonde shared on Instagram: ‘for those asking, he was in an accident last friday and shattered his shoulder, broke his pinky and 4 ribs.’
Oops! Last year Dax was left with four broken ribs after he crashed his mini-motorbike on a California racetrack
Kristen posted her selfie with Dax relaxing on his La-Z-Boy alongside an X-Ray picture of the affected area as shown on an laptop.
Dax said on his Armchair Expert podcast recently that he had been ‘actively doing something dangerous’ and was therefore ‘totally at blame’ in the accident.
‘I was passing six guys on Sonoma Raceway on a motorcycle and I was braking very, very hard – hard enough that the back wheel was off the ground for a good 100 yards,’ said the Zathura: A Space Adventure star.
He confessed that he ‘might’ give up riding his motorcycle ‘for the remainder of 2020’ after sustaining his injuries.
‘Safe and sound’: A week later his wife Kristen welcomed him home from hospital, after learning he’d suffered a nasty shoulder injury and broken four ribs