The 78-year-old made more of the area during a hiatus from the set of Indiana Jones’ latest film
Exclusive photos taken by Terry Blackburn show him in the village of Cresswell, Northumberland, embarking on a 50km bike ride just hours after finishing a grueling 3am photoshoot.
Cycling enthusiasts claim the star’s premium bike costs more than £ 17,000 – although a small change for one actor would have grossed $ 300million.
Filming is currently taking place at Bamburgh Castle for Indiana Jones’ fifth blockbuster, which will be released in 2022.
He will see Ford once again cracking its whip, reprising the iconic role for the first time since 2008.
And he spent his free time this week sampling much of our region.
On Tuesday, he tasted sea bass and mussels at Ship’s Cat, North Shields Fish Quay.
Once again outfitted with his cycling gear, he posed for selfies with stunned diners.
And on Wednesday, he took a stroll along the quay, before heading to Khai Khai for a bite to eat,
The Star Wars actor also visited downtown Aveika on his walk in the sun.
The star has flipped between North East and North Yorkshire in recent days, where a star-struck child met him.
The mother of the child took to Twitter to upload a photo of Harrison on set and wrote: ‘Look who walked right past us at Grosmont today.
“Our son asked him if he was Indiana Jones and he took his hat off and said no, he was just the stuntman. “
Other Indiana Jones cast members have been spotted in the North East, including James Bond star Mads Mikkelsen who a fan spotted near Newcastle Central Station earlier this week.
He is part of a renowned cast, which would also include Phoebe Waller-Bridge of Fleabag.
Filming at the castle is scheduled to take place all week, with the tourist site closed to the public until Monday.
It is one of the two major blockbusters currently filmed in the region.
Filming also took place in Alnwick for the latest Dungeons and Dragons movie, starring Hugh Grant.