Hairy Bikers’ Si King and Dave Myers leave fans devastated with ‘sad’ update

The Hairy Bikers have issued a “sad” update with BBC fans, leaving them devastated.

Si King and Dave Myers reunited this month for their new food series Go Local – amid Dave’s ongoing cancer battle.

But the pair have now issued the devastating update that the series has already come to a close after eight episodes, so fans won’t be in for a new instalment for a while.

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Taking to Instagram to share a still from the programme, the Geordie foodies wrote: “Sadly, the series has come to an end.

“We hope you enjoyed the series and the journey we went through with each episode, we look forward to seeing you on your telly sometime soon!”

The lads concluded: “Be sure to catch all of the episodes from GO LOCAL on iPlayer! All recipes can be found on the @bbcgoodfood website. Love Si and Dave.”

Fans soon poured into the comments section to praise the pair and share their sadness at the end of a new series.

One fan penned: “Absolutely brilliant series. Thanks so much for supporting us and so many brilliant other businesses. We’ll be rewatching the whole thing all over again!”

“It was too short!” another moaned, adding: “Need more screen time with you guys!”

Another fan gushed: “Always enjoy our lovely Hairies! Still 2 recorded shows to watch, but also love old shows too… my fave was up North but they can’t all be the same. Keep them coming boys!!!”

“Great series – loved it. Hope to see you on our screens again soon. Take care,” another well-wisher echoed.

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It comes after Dave offered an update on his health amid his battle with cancer.

Speaking on BBC Breakfast earlier this month, Dave said: “I am kind of doing all right and, you know, it's like many people, it is something that one learns to live with.

“But I'm delighted… my hair… it's thicker hair than before I had the chemo."

He said upcoming shows will have to “fit in with treatment” after initially sharing his diagnosis in May 2022.

In October, Dave said he’d already had 14 sessions of chemotherapy and had six more to complete.

He told The Guardian: “I’ll feel like I’ve made it when I get the all-clear from this bloody cancer. That’s going to be completely life-changing, life-affirming. And life never will be the same again.”

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