The Momoa family just gained another member: a motorcycle they built from scratch.
Jason Momoa just fulfilled a 30-year dream of his to build his own motorcycle, something he accomplished with the help of his family.
In celebration of Father's Day, the "Aquaman" star released a video chronicling his mission to rebuild an old Harley Davidson bike from the bottom up, with an assist from 11-year-old daughter Lola and son Nakoa-Wolf, 10. He shares both kids with wife Lisa Bonet.
Calling being a father and husband "the greatest honor of my life" in the 8-minute short film, which he posted on his YouTube page today, Momoa talks about the "joy" he was able to see when they went for their first ride together on the bike -- sitting in a sidecar.
"My babies got to see their father learning," he says in the video. "The joy on their faces reflected the memory, the memory of that little boy in the back of a bike tearing through the backyard with a smile so big, it shut his eyes. I felt it when it happed to me, and now I could see it on the faces of my children. It's that moment where the wild stomped in."
Acknowledging they "built something special" -- something he refers to as an "heirloom" -- Momoa is proud of this new piece of his family's history.
"We're the Momoas, we're the knuckleheads," he says, "and with every ride, whether it's me, my daughter, my son or even a grandchild I don't know yet, they will share the miles and memories we're creating."
Speaking with PEOPLE about the video, Momoa said the Harley will be passed down to his son, while his daughter will inherit his first motorcycle, which he named Mabel in honor of his grandmother.
"I hope they get to see I'm striving for my dreams and building new ones always," he added, saying he also hoped to "inspire a younger generation to go out and shoot [films]."
Of Bonet, he also joked, "I'm really happy my wife let me do it because ultimately she’s the boss."