Red Bull Hardline is BACK for 2016!

As commentator Rob Warner puts it, “if freeride jumped into bed with downhill then this would be its devil child”.


Red Bull Hardline 2016

The Red Bull Hardline was an impressive and scary end to the 2015 race season, well it is back and is bigger and better for 2016… and this the best thing is that you can buy tickets for the event. This is almost a once in a lifetime event (well not quite, but you know what we mean).

Here’s what the organisers have to say:

Tickets now available for one of the world’s toughest downhill mountain bike races

Red Bull Hardline with Jeep, returns to the hills of Mid-Wales this summer and this time it’s not shrouded in secrecy – you can now grab your chance to be there! 20 of the world’s finest downhill mountain bikers will once again be invited to ride Dan Atherton’s construction that promises to be bigger, more technical and all in all gnarlier than the 2014 edition.

Last year’s racetrack was one of the most demanding ever seen, pushing the world’s best to their limits. Huge rock gardens, giant slab rolls, tight wood sections, technical natural features and the now infamous road gap created a track to push downhill racing up a level and this year promises to raise the bar once again.

Speaking of the return of Red Bull Hardline, Dan Atherton said, “The plan has always been to bring the race back bigger than before and make it more of an event for fans to be part of, this year’s edition looks set to do this”

Tickets can now be purchased here for the event, which will take place over the weekend of the 12th and 13th September.

Dan Atherton boosts out of the hip high in the valley at the Red Bull Hardline 2014




Ticket information (all tickets are per car):

Saturday car pass – £20
Sunday car pass – £20
Weekend car pass – £30

Car parks open at 8am
Site opens at 9am
10:30 – 1300 – Practice
14:00 – Qualifications

Car parks open at 8am
Site opens at 9am
10:30 – 1300 – Practice
14:00 – Finals

2014… It is as big as it looks, the riders walked to the edge of one hell of a big drop but this was the easiest part of the track! Photo: Duncan Philpott

For more information click here. And to check out Dan Atherton’s helmet cam from last year go here.



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