Hairy Bikers' Bakeation Cutdowns


August 20, 2015

3.0 4 x
The Bikers have made it as far as southern Europe. Starting in Venice, the Bikers ditch their bikes in favour of a more elegant form of transport - the gondola.
Episodes 2016

August 13, 2015

Expired 3.0 14 x
The Hairy Bikers begin the second leg of their journey in the Netherlands, where they bake lazybones buns beside a windmill and sample a classic Dutch apple pie. Their next port of call is Belgium, where they taste the chocolate delights of Bruges and snort chocolate powder using a device invented for the Rolling Stones. T...

June 13, 2016

Expired 3.0 18 x
The Hairy Bikers start their epic 5,000-mile bakeation in Kristiansund on Norway's stunning west coast. They ride out along the Atlantic highway, ferry-hopping from island to island, and enjoy the thrilling biking provided by the spectacular roads that hug the rugged coastline of the fjords before arriving in the capital, ...

January 17, 2016

Expired 3.0 16 x
Many people regard France as the home of gastronomy and Lyon the culinary capital of France so that's where the journey begins as Dave and Si explore the bouchon -a restaurant traditionally run by a female chef or 'mere Lyonnaise'.
Episodes 2015

August 19, 2015

Expired 3.0 11 x
The home of Mozart, the Sound of Music and Arnie provides the fifth leg of the Hairy Bikers' adventure. The trip starts in Vienna, patisserie capital of the world, and ends atop the Grossglockner Alpine pass, one of the world's most spectacular biking roads. This is a journey of classics and a lot of cakes. In Vienna, Si a...

August 18, 2015

Expired 3.0 9 x
The halfway point of the Hairy Bikers' Bakeation sees them journey to the furthest reaches of Europe culminating in an amazing family party thrown by Dave's wife Lil, who comes from Romania. Three countries - Slovakia, Hungary and Romania - provide the Bikers with ample opportunity to explore some great baking.

August 14, 2015

Expired 3.0 14 x
Germany is one of Dave's favourite countries. Here, the Bikers prove that German cuisine isn't all sausages and beer, but is based on regional specialities, such as pretzels and Germany's white gold - white asparagus. They discover the Germans' passion for bread of every shape, size and flavour, and turn out first-class po...