David Myers and Si King, aka The Hairy Bikers Go North release date is a hot topic right now. These dudes return to the United Kingdom for the road trip. Yet another one. In this case, these globetrotters are back in the United Kingdom for an eight-episode season at the BBC, which they shot last summer. In these adventures, the biker dudes enjoy the food from the northern regions in Cumbria, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Peak District, Newcastle, Northumberland, Derbyshire, and Newcastle.
This new BBC food and travel series cover David and Si’s native lands. Between summer and fall 2020, right in the middle of a COVID-19 pandemic, these guys picked up the opportunity to visit local businesses and tour the North. And as you will see, they had one hell of a time doing it. They met and interviewed chefs, local farmers, and producers, fishermen, entrepreneurs. They also visited restaurants, cafés, tasted the local breweries, and enjoyed the local markets. Let’s take a look at The Hairy Bikers Go North! In the next section, we will cover the locations for the Lancashire episode.
The Hairy Bikers Go North Release Date & Streaming Details
The Hairy Bikers Go North will release on September 23, 2021, on BBC Two if you missed the telecast. No worries. You can stream this show with your subscription to BBC iPlayer. We always remind our readers that BBC iPlayer comes with a geolocation feature and requires you to have a British TV license. In that sense. BBC iPlayer is completely free to use. But you must be within the United Kingdom to stream its contents. While some VPN providers claim that they can circumvent the geolocation issue, they are unreliable.
How the Hairy Bikers David and Si met
Si and Dave met in 1995 on the set of a TV drama and have been cooking and riding together ever since. They have almost 20 cookbooks to their credit, including Mediterranean Adventure, British Classics, Mums Know Best, Meat Feasts, Bakeation, and 12 Days of Christmas. On The Hairy Dieters: How to Love Food and Lose Weight, the guys lost more than six stone between them in 2012. They’ve also developed a line of low-fat sauces (available at Asda and Ocado), established The Hairy Bikers’ Diet Club, an online subscription-based weight-loss club, and written an acclaimed autobiography, Blood, Sweat & Tyres.
Hairy Bikers Go North Locations in Episode 1 — Malton
The Bikers slept at the Talbot Hotel in Malton, an old Georgian coaching inn. Malton is well-known as Yorkshire’s culinary center, so it’s no surprise that it made a list. The sequences were then filmed in Talbot Yard, an artisan food mall. The series will include camera segments with British pastry champion and expert patissier Florian Poirot and butcher Paul Potts, owner of delicatessen Food 2 Remember. A bakery, gin distillery, gelato parlor, and coffee roastery are also located in the repurposed coaching yard.
Scarborough, Leeds, and Whitby
The Bikers were seen shooting at Leeds’s Kirkgate Market. The classic Victorian indoor market has a variety of merchants as well as modern companies and a street food hall operated by food scene entrepreneurs. The Bikers landed on the coast and went to Scarborough Market Hall, where they met the proprietors of Solange Bakery, All Seasons Fruit & Vegetables, and M Nockels Butchers. Si and Dave discovered Whitby’s kipper smoking custom when visiting the town. They went to Fortune’s Kippers, the sole surviving smokehouse, which was founded in 1872 by William Fortune and is still serving the delicacy today.
Kirkby Lonsdale and Robin Hood’s Bay
They eagerly drank ale from Kirkby Lonsdale Brewery’s The Royal Barn, a huge tap house venue that debuted in 2016 on the Yorkshire-Cumbria border. Matthew Pugh, the owner, stated: “Dave and Si did visit our Chapel Street historical clothes shop, which has been operating since 2019, and both bought a fisherman’s boat neck smock. They were both very polite and excited about our business. It was a joy to meet them both, and it was a day we will never forget.” With this, we conclude our coverage of The Hairy Bikers Go North here at Otakukart. Thank you for reading this article. Please keep coming back for more, and remember we post daily updates on this and all your favorite series.