HAIRY Bikers fans have been cooking dishes in memory of Dave Myers, who died last week. 

Barrow-born Dave Myers died aged 66 on February 28. He became famous on TV with his co-star Si King for his cooking and travelling programmes. Dave and Si made a wide range of dishes on TV over the years inspired by British and global cuisines, from Dave's roots in Morecambe Bay to Asian, Mediterranean and- American food

The bikers also released several cookbooks over 20 years of fame, including a successful dieters series. 

Fans have been sharing the dishes they made over the weekend through X, formerly known as Twitter, by using #davemyers #RIPDave and #RIPBikerDave and under the Hairy Bikers post announcing his death. 

Aussie Battler shared their 'family favourite' lamb sfiha. According to the Hairy Bikers website, this is a Syrian-inspired flatbread topped with lamb or beef and finished with lemon zest, red onion and fresh parsley 'perfect for a sociable lunch or casual dinner.' 

'Charlotte' cooked a chicken tikka masala, one of the dishes from her collection of Hairy Bikers books, including Meat Feasts, Perfect Pies, Family Cookbook and Chicken and Egg.

'Nosunkfarmer' cooked salt and pepper chips with a ribeye steak in a mustard and brandy cream source in Dave's honour.

 Matthew Enstone said that he 'thought it was appropriate to remember' Dave Myers by cooking Fakeaway Crispy Chicken and Chicken and Mushroom Risotto from the Hairy Dieters series. 

Finally, Stephane Crosby made a Caribbean chicken curry for dinner as a 'homage' to the Hairy Biker.