Dave Myers Daughter: David James Myers (born 8 September 1957) is an English television personality who is most known for being one half of the Hairy Bikers, together with Si King, and for his role as a hairdresser on the Hairy Bikers. He is also well-known for his appearances on Strictly Come Dancing, a BBC celebrity talent competition program. Myers and King have collaborated on a number of BBC television cooking programs, including The Great British Bake Off. They have also created their own product, which is known as The Hairy Bikers Diet Clu, to market.
Dave, who competed on Strictly Come Dancing in 2013, said that he was scheduled to appear on the Channel 4 program The Wall of Death, which features motorcycle stunt riders defying gravity.
Hairy Bikers actor Michael McIntyre said in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk that his wife Liliana was supportive of his participating in the program, despite the fact that it involves a high degree of risk-taking.
It was in February 2014 that they debuted a new series, The Hairy Bikers’ Asian Adventure, for BBC Two, in which they traveled throughout Asia tasting the local food, meeting local people, and even preparing some of the delicacies they had learned to prepare. The Vacation series, which debuted in 2012, serves as a model for this new series.
Because they had had personal success in finding a way to consume the foods they like while still being mindful of their health and reducing weight, they wanted to share their knowledge with others. It was in January 2014 that they created The Hairy Bikers Diet Club, which contains recipes and other helpful hints and suggestions to assist individuals to live a better and trimmer life without starving themselves into becoming “thin minnies.”
I was meant to be trained by Guy Martin to ride the Wall of Death, but that didn’t work out. During the months of November and December 2011, the Bikers were featured in a 30-part BBC television series titled Hairy Bikers: Best of British, which aired at 3:45 p.m. on BBC Two (with the exception of the last week, which aired on BBC One).
The program highlighted traditional British dishes and promoted the use of fresh, locally sourced ingredients. During the months of January and February of 2012, BBC Two broadcast hour-long re-versions of the series, which included recipes from different episodes of the program.
A new series was commissioned by the BBC in 2011, after the signing of new contracts with the corporation. The Hairy Bikers’ Bakeation saw them doing what they do best: taking a gastronomic road trip across Europe, discovering the best baking on offer in places like Norway, the Low Countries (Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg), Germany, Eastern Europe (Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania), Austria, Italy, and France, all the way to Spain.
The Hairy Biker’s Mississippi Adventure, the duo’s debut series for the channel, was commissioned in March 2012 by the Good Food Network. “In this ultimate food and music pilgrimage, the perennially famous Hairy Bikers are getting back in the saddle as they travel the length of the historic Mississippi River in America in search of the delectable origins of soul cuisine and Southern music,” according to a synopsis provided by UKTV. Mentorn Media produced the series, and the Bikers’ first interactive iOS app, which was also created by Mentorn, was launched to coincide with the premiere of the series.