Tyson Fury hits road on his bike and camouflage tracksuit as heavyweight champ trains for Wilder trilogy – The Sun
WORLD heavyweight champion boxer Tyson Fury took his mountain bike out for a spin at the weekend as he looks to stay fit during the coronavirus lockdown.
The undefeated 6ft9in boxer was seen riding along a main road in Preston with several other friends on Saturday morning.
Fury, 30, was snapped by a pair of builders who recorded him on their phones as they zoomed past.
During the clip they beep their horn at Tyson and shout “go on boy” and “yes son” as they overtake the boxing hero in their van.
As they slow down the cyclists catch up with them and Tyson smiles as he overtakes the van. They shout “legend” before asking the boxer how long he’s been cycling.
The father-of-five replies: “I’ve only done about 10 minutes” prompting laughter from the pair.
He then tells them “all the best” before they drive on.
In 2017 a hilarious video emerged for him riding an outlandish pink bike with his daughter Venezuela in a child's seat on the back along a busy road.
Fury has been at pains to stay fit during the coronavirus lockdown, also having some fun in the process.
He has been doing plenty of workout videos alongside wife Paris on Instagram Live.
After Monday’s session, the WBC heavyweight king also went for a four-mile run while training partner Paris enjoyed a breakfast of French toast with their five children.
And he admitted to some aches and pains during Tuesday’s session after moving the family gym into a more spacious room.
Rolling his powerful arms, Fury complained about sore shoulders.
He said: “That was quite difficult for me this morning, but the first one is always the hardest.
“The warm-up was a good 10 minutes and then the first set was hard.