Bruce Springsteen, 69, checks out vintage motorcycles as he enjoys some retail therapy in Los Angeles
He's ridden motorcycles all his life and written songs about them.
So rock legend Bruce Springsteen couldn't resist a bit of window shopping at Heroes Motors on trendy Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood on Wednesday.
The store specializes in restoring and selling classic motorbikes.
He loves his motorcycles: Rock legend Bruce Springsteen couldn't resist dropping into Heroes Motors on trendy Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood on Wednesday.
The 69-year-old was seen checking out a vintage blue motorcycle with a sidecar while he was there and chatting to one of the assistants.
And Bruce snagged a couple of T-shirts before leaving.
The Born To Run rocker looked relaxed in a grey T-shirt, well-worn jeans and sneakers with a cap over his head.
Magnificent machine: The 69-year-old was seen checking out a vintage blue motorcycle with a sidecar while he was there and chatting to one of the assistants
Ready to ride: Bruce waved as he walked past a motorcycle parked outside the store but it wasn't clear whether this was his
The Boss has owned a number of bikes over the years including Harley-Davidsons, a Triumph Bonneville, a Moto Guzzi and a Yamaha.
Bruce's Moto Guzzi was custom made by singer Billy Joel's motorcycle shop, 20th Century Cycles.
It famously broke down in New Jersey in November 2016 and he was rescued by a group of bikers out on a run.
Retail therapy: However the Born To Run star did snag a couple of T-shirts before leaving
Meanwhile, Bruce appeared to be on a solo run on Wednesday as there was sign of his wife and former E Street band member, Patti Scialfa, 66.
The couple have been married for 28 years and they share three children, Evan, 29, Jessica, 27, and Sam, 25.
Later in the day the Born In The USA singer-songwriter was seen at the Rolling Stones' No Filter gig at Pasadena's Rose Bowl, just east of downtown Los Angeles.
Checking them out: Bruce was later seen at the Rolling Stones' No Filter gig at Pasadena's Rose Bowl, just east of downtown Los Angeles
Together for 28 years: Bruce and wife Patti Scialfa went to the premiere of Blinded By The Light, inspired by the life of journalist Sarfraz Manzoor and his love of Bruce's music, in Asbury Park, New Jersey, on August 7