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Keanu Reeves, girlfriend Alexandra Grant hop on motorbike at Grand Prix in Germany

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Keanu Reeves听补苍诲听Alexandra Grant聽are having a grand ole time at the Grand Prix.

The "John Wick" actor, 59, and mixed-media artist, 54, made a joint appearance at the MotoGP Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix in Germany on Sunday.

Reeves rocked a dark denim jacket and matching jeans while his girlfriend wore a bright blue sweater and jeans for the occasion.

At one point during the event Reeves and Grant hopped on a motorbike, with the actor and ARCH motorcycle founder in the front seat.

Canadian actor Keanu Reeves and partner Alexandra Grant attend the German Motorcycle Grand Prix at the Sachsenring racetrack in Hohenstein-Ernstthal, eastern Germany, on July 7, 2024.

"The Matrix" star also got to wave the checkered flag to kick off a race, the official MotoGP Instagram shared Sunday.

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Keanu Reeves looks on from the service road during the MotoGP race at Sachsenring Circuit on July 7, 2024, in Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Germany.

Reeves and Grant's casual outing comes months after the couple got all dolled up in April for the annual Museum of Contemporary Art Gala in Los Angeles.

Grant wore an elegant, aqua blue dress, while Reeves donned a crisp navy-blue suit with a gray scarf. At one point, Reeves and Grant exchanged a sweet glance as they took photos on the carpet.

See the photos:Keanu Reeves, girlfriend Alexandra Grant walk 2024 MOCA Gala red carpet

In September, Grant gushed about how Reeves inspires her creatively during an appearance at the Los Angeles Beverly Arts Icon Awards. "He's so creative, he's so kind. He works so hard," she told People magazine at the time.

The mixed-media artist also shared how her relationship with Reeves has affected her career, noting that a friend told her years ago that her "work has gotten happier."

"That's real. We're all human beings. We're animals," Grant said. "We're expressing from where we are and certainly feeling happier. I think the work is happier."

Contributing: Edward Segarra

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