Red Bull Hardline Tasmania is Just Eight Days Away.

The opening round of the 2024 Red Bull Hardline series will kick off in eight days at Maydena Bike Park in Tasmania with the event streaming for free.

Red Bull Hardline visits its new home in the southern hemisphere in just over a week’s time as thirty riders head to Maydena Bike Park for some serious downhill racing.

Red Bull Hardline Tasmania will be streamed live on Red Bull TV at 7am UK time (6pm AEDT) here.

The sold out Red Bull Hardline Australia will take place 23-24th February, a few months before the event returns once again to Wales’ Dyfi Valley on the 1st & 2nd June. For those watching from home, the event will be broadcasted on Red Bull TV at 6pm AEDT time (7am GMT).

In the rugged terrain of Maydena Bike Park in Tasmania, over 30 riders from all over the world will tackle some of the most challenging mountain bike trails Australia has to offer. The course has been built over the past three months, using a team of 15 predominantly Tasmanian staff.

Course Fun Facts:

  • Track Length -2.3km
  • Verticalelevation -575m
  • Largestgap jump -75ft/23m
  • Largest vertical drop -10m+
  • Estimated course race time -3.5min
  • Highest elevation point – 925m above sea level
  • Geology on the course changes three times, which results in totally different rock and soil types throughout the course.
  • Local flora includes; Eucalyptus Regnans (the world’s tallest flowering plant, and one of the world’s tallest trees – they grow up to and above100mtall).

Simon French from Maydena Bike Park saysOn the edge of Tasmania’s South West Wilderness, Maydena Bike Park has provided a perfect canvas for developing a course that is befitting of the Red Bull Hardline legacy. Using nearly 600m of vertical elevation, the all-new course takes in a huge diversity of forest types, terrain and trail features. After a massive few months of construction, we look forward to welcoming riders on course soon.’

Photo by Dan Griffiths.

2024 Red Bull Hardline UK & Tasmania Riders

New additions to the rider list include Edgar Briole (FRA), Vincent Tupin (FRA), Thibault Laly (FRA) and Jim Monro from the UK. And in the wild cards, Dennis Luffman will be added from the UK. Unfortunately, Gee Atherton will not attend and will continue to focus on his recovery in the UK.

  • Ronan Dunne (IRL)
  • Thomas Genon (BEL)
  • Reed Boggs (USA)
  • Jackson Goldstone (CAN)
  • Johnny Salido (MEX)
  • Bernard Kerr (UK)
  • Tahnee Seagrave (UK)
  • Laurie Greenland (UK)
  • Louise-Anna Ferguson (UK)
  • Kade Edwards (UK)
  • Cami Nogueira (ARG)
  • Brook MacDonald (NZL)
  • Hannah Bergmann (US)
  • Charlie Hatton (UK)
  • Casey Brown (CAN)
  • Kaos Seagrave (UK)
  • Theo Erlangsen (SA)
  • Adam Brayton (UK)
  • Matteo Iniguez (FRA)
  • Craig Evans (UK)
  • Josh Bryceland (UK)
  • Camillo Sanchez (COL)
  • Tomas Lemoine (FRA)
  • Gaetan Vige (FRA)
  • Mark Wallace (CAN)
  • Dave McMillan (AUS)

Tasmania Wildcard Riders

  • Baxter Maiwald (AUS)
  • Dan Booker (AUS)
  • Sam Gale (NZL)
  • Ed Masters (NZL)
  • Sam Blenkinsop (NZL)
  • Remy Morton (AUS)
  • George Branningan (NZL)
  • Loic Bruni (FRA)
  • Connor Fearon (AUS)
  • Darcy Coutts (AUS)
  • Harriet Burbidge-Smith (AUS)
  • Remy Meier-Smith (AUS)
  • Gracey Hemstreet (CAN)

You can watch Red Bull Hardline Australia for free on Red Bull TV here.


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