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Red Bull Hardline 2024 Riders List

26 Athletes To Hit Hardline Maydena

With Red Bull Hardline stepping up a notch as it celebrates its 10th anniversary with an additional stop Down Under, 26 athletes are now confirmed to be taking on the brand new course in Maydena Bike Park, Tasmania on 23rd and 24th February.

26 riders are set to tackle both courses this year, with the crew reuniting in Wales’ Dyfi Valley again on 1st and 2nd June at the OG Red Bull Hardline course. 10 wildcards will then come to each event, bringing the total to the classic per event.

Women’s progression is back top of the agenda once again with Tahnée Seagrave, Cami Nogueira and Louise-Anna Ferguson, just to name a few, all set to ride on the unique Red Bull Hardline track.

The wildcard riders for Tasmania will see more local legends from Australia and New Zealand with the likes of Tassie local Dan Booker, Harriet Burbidge-Smith from Canberra and Remy Morton at the start line.

Red Bull Hardline Riders List

In tune with the 10th anniversary, the 2024 rider line-up is one for the most progressive, with a combination of rising stars from the sport.

Building on the success from 2023 next year’s Red Bull Hardline line up will see exciting talents like Loïc Bruni, returning for the first time since 2014, eying up the crown of the Australian stop. 2023 DH World Champion Charlie Hutton is also no stranger to the course and will surely bring his unique style to Hardline 2024 once again.

Jackson Goldstone, winner from 2022 is returning once again – still the youngest competitor of Red Bull Hardline, he is ready to defend his title. The man with the biggest track record of scary injuries and a legend of the sport, Gee Atherton, will also be putting dirt to his tires on both stops.

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Red Bull Hardline 2024 invited riders

Ronan Dunne (IRL) Louise-Anna Ferguson (UK) Adam Brayton (UK)
Thomas Genon (BEL) Kade Edwards (UK) Matteo Iniguez (FRA)
Gee Atherton (UK) Cami Nogueira (ARG) Craig Evans (UK)
Reed Boggs (USA) Brook Macdonald (NZL) David McMillan (AUS)
Jackson Goldstone (CAN) Hannah Bergemann (US) Camilo Sanchez (COL)
‘Johny’ Salido (MEX) Charlie Hatton (UK) Tomas Lemoine (FRA)
Bernard Kerr (UK) Casey Brown (CAN) Gaetan Vige (FRA)
Tahnée Seagrave (UK) Kaos Seagrave (UK) Mark Wallace (CAN)
Laurie Greenland (UK) Theo Erlangsen (SA)

Tasmania wild card riders

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


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