The 2021 Red Bull Hardline event will happen without the usual spectators but claims to have upped the ante in terms of the track.
Despite not welcoming the usual throng of spectators this year, Dan Atherton and his build crew are confident that the Hardline course that awaits riders is the biggest and fastest to date.
Red Bull Hardline usually comes at the end of the season, attracting a decent spread of World Cup downhillers to the Dyfi Valley to test their mettle. This year’s July event lands squarely in the middle of race season, so the start list might be a touch thinner, as will the crowds lining the track.
The event will be streamed live on Red Bull TV, so you will be able to still watch the action as it unfolds.