From Andy Murray riding up Surrey's Box Hill to "Peloton Stud" Rory McIlroy's prowess as a virtual cyclist, the coronavirus lockdown has seen a host of high-profile stars from other sports turn to cycling.
Cricket's Jason Roy is the latest name to hope aboard the cycling express. The England World Cup-winning batsman recently took delivery of a Ribble Endurance SL, the Lancashire marque's lightweight carbon endurance bike.
Based around a superlight carbon road frame, Jason's bike is equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2, carbon Level 5 integrated road bar and stem, and Level carbon wheels.
"I love this bike, the way it rides is excellent - the bike has especially smooth handling and also looks stunning," commented Jason.
"Cycling gives me another dimension to my training and I look forward to putting the hard miles in."
Roy joins fellow Ribble-riding heroes and sporting legends including cycling legends Sean Yates and Brian Robinson BEM, and Rugby World Cup winning Sir Clive Woodward.
"We have a passionate and hard working team dedicated to creating award-winning bikes and to have Jason, who is a true world-class sportsman on our Endurance SL, shows our desire to create world-class bikes which are accessible for everyone," said Ribble CEO Andy Smallwood.
"We welcome Jason to Ribble and look forward to seeing him in action soon."