You still have the chance to be amongst the action at the toughest downhill mountain bike race in the world, Red Bull Hardline when it returns to the hills of Dinas Mawddwy, North Wales on 14th September.
With only 200 tickets remaining, don’t miss your chance to see the likes of Bernard Kerr and Adam Brayton compete along with twenty of the most progressive riders in the world on a course built by local legend Dan Atherton.
Tickets are available at RedBull.com with spectators set for an exhilarating day of racing in Dyfi Valley.
Tickets are sold by car rather than individually, meaning you can pack up with your friends and prepare for a legendary day out for £40 + booking fee (max five people per car).
Hard by name, brutal by nature, Red Bull Hardline isn’t a race for the faint hearted. Described by its creator Dan Atherton as “The most gnarly, fast, most outrageous track you could ever imagine”, the course combines the best of downhill with freeride features that challenge even the top mountain bikers. Riders have to battle through 2.7km of boggy woods sections and make their way down steep, wet rocks on a narrow, tree stump-surrounded track – and they have to do it fast. And if that isn’t difficult enough, Dan Atherton has added some massive features to the course, including rock drops, a huge step-up and step-down and high-speed road gap.