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With their zest for both adventure and food and their laugh-out-loud capacity for fun, the Hairy Bikers make a very entertaining pair, travelling on their motorbikes to the ends of the earth in search of great meals to bring home to their friends. The journeys are exciting, the locations and people are fascinating and the food is delicious and unpredictable, often caught by the boys and then prepared and cooked by the side of a river, on a boat or on the beach. Funny, endearing and down-to-earth, they will very easily find a place in the nation's hearts.
Si King is a big, blonde-bearded biker from Newcastle, where he lives with his partner and three children. His infectious laugh and friendly charm have served him well for many years working as a first assistant director and locations manager for film and television, recently working on the Harry Potter films. Dave Myers was born and bred in Barrow-in-Furness and his versatile skills have taken him to some unusual places. He worked as a furnaceman in a steelworks to finance his Master's degree in fine arts before joining the BBC as a make-up artist, specialising in prosthetics. He has worked on many feature films and television series, including 'Lives and Loves of a She Devil', and the current BBC One hit 'Spooks'.