The TV chef, 66, announced that he had been diagnosed with cancer in May 2022 and he is currently still undergoing treatment for the disease.
But on Wednesday morning, he revealed he was ‘stable’ and back at work, adding he was ‘really enjoying life at the moment.’
Appearing with Si, 57, on BBC Breakfast, Dave said: ‘I’m doing all right. I’m still having treatment but everything seems stable.
‘I’ve been back with my best mate on the bike, filming and doing the books and back to work. So it’s all pretty good, actually. I’m really enjoying life at the moment.’
Best pals: Hairy Biker Dave Myers (right) has given a health update amid his cancer battle while praising his pal and fellow Biker Si King (left) for his support during his treatment
Tough time: The TV chef, 66, announced that he had been diagnosed with cancer in May 2022 and he is currently still undergoing treatment for the disease
Sweet gesture: Dave also opened up about Si’s support during his cancer treatment, revealing that his best friend came round to cook for him
Dave also opened up about Si’s support during his cancer treatment, revealing that his best friend came round to cook for him.
He recalled: ‘There was one day when I was poorly and he came round to our house and made me mince and dumplings, but he does it properly.
‘You know, when the bottom of the dumplings are just soft, the top of the dumplings are crusty, and I really… I remember that with mashed potato.’
He reminisced: ‘That was lovely. There was a freezer full and that was great.’
Reflecting on their long-lasting friendship that has survived over three decades, Si said: ‘It just comes naturally to us. We’re good mates, we’re part of each other’s families.
‘It’s just the way we are and we don’t really have to try very hard, because we like each other.
‘We’re very different people but that’s what friendship is about because constantly you bring something new to the table when we see each other.’
It comes after Dave revealed his first day back at work ended in a ‘man hug and a bit of a kiss’ with Si.
Special bond: It comes after Dave revealed his first day back at work ended in a ‘man hug and a bit of a kiss’ with Si
During an appearance on the Heart Breakfast show, host Jamie Theakston asked: ‘How important has it been having your best mate by your side over the last 12 months?’
Dave replied: ‘Oh, it’s crucial, my best mate and my family, that’s what sees you through, I say it’s work in progress.’
Jamie quipped: ‘Well you look good…’
Co-host Zoe Hardman added: ‘I was about to say, how do you feel day-to-day because you’ve got a real sparkle in your eye today?
Dave responded: ‘Yeah I’m alright, we’ve been filming. We’ve got Christmas special, we filmed a series for next year, it was hard going but then to get back on the bikes, it was just epic.
‘I remember we were just off the Isle of Bute, and we’re on the bikes the first time and I’m following down the road and the familiar shape that I’ve seen for the past 20 years.’
Simon said: ‘It was quite emotional wasn’t it?’
Dave added: ‘Yeah, we got on the ferry and we had a man-hug and a bit of a tear.’
Milestone: Dave recently detailed the tearful moment he was able to get back on his motorbike again for the first time since his cancer diagnosis
Purchase: Dave has finally been able to get back on his motorbike after buying himself a brand new vehicle earlier this year – a £4,699 RE Bullet Trials 500 (pictured with the bike and Si)
The Hairy Bikers rose to fame with their popular cooking programmes but have slowed down their busy schedule due to Dave’s health.
Dave, who has not revealed what type of cancer he has, said he had endured ’30 lots’ of chemotherapy over the past year.
Despite pausing their podcast over the summer, there is still plenty more to come from the duo as they are filming a brand new TV series this week.
Dave and Si are due star in a BBC Two travel series, Hairy Bikers Go West, which will see the duo travel from Scotland to Devon across eight episodes.
Dave recently detailed the tearful moment he was able to get back on his motorbike again for the first time since his cancer diagnosis.
He has previously told how at times he was too ill to walk and unable to ride his motorcycle due to his health struggles.
He recalled the emotional moment as he gave a health update, saying he and Si were left in tears when he was able to ride again.
He told the Yorkshire Post: ‘It’s been hard but I’m not the only one and I’m getting through it and I’m back at work.
‘I’ve had to learn to walk again and ride my bike again, and to get on my bike again with Kingy in the sunshine brought tears to both our eyes.’
Exciting: Dave and Si are due film a BBC Two travel series, Hairy Bikers Go West, which will see the duo travel from Scotland to Devon across eight episodes (pictured last month)
Si added: ‘He’s a proper scrapper and he’s on good form. It’s been an emotional rollercoaster for everybody who loves and cares about Dave.’
Dave revealed he bought a new motorbike, a £4,699 RE Bullet Trials 500, back in February and was joined by Si to look at the vehicle.
Dave shared a picture of the two of them as they stood in front of his new purchase and captioned it: ‘Big step forward in getting back in the saddle.
‘Si came with me to take a look at my new bike, a 500cc royal Enfield bullet trials bike. Very exciting, thank you Arnold’s motorcycles of Burton. Love Dave.’