Red Bull Hardline 2022 – one of the world's gnarliest gravity races returns this September

Matt Hockenhull riding Red Bull Hardline in Wales on July 25, 2021
(Image credit: Samantha Saskia Dugon / Red Bull Content Pool)

Spectator tickets went on sale at midday (BST) today for this year's Red Bull Hardline, which takes place on 10 and 11 September at Dyfi, Mid Wales, UK. On a course designed by renowned DH rider, Dan Atherton, Red Bull Hardline has garnered a reputation as one of the most challenging downhill courses on the planet and has become a must-ride event for the world's greatest racers.

Dan Atherton said, “It’s amazing to see how far Red Bull Hardline has come over the last seven years, from the raw concept of year one to the polished product of year seven, the concept has always been about pushing the boundaries of the sport and this year will be bigger and better than ever – we can’t wait to welcome back spectators for our eighth edition. 

Josh Lowe riding the Red Bull Hardline in Wales on July 25, 2021

(Image credit: Samantha Saskia Dugon / Red Bull Content Pool)

At last year's event, Bernard Kerr achieved his third Hardline title, followed closely by Laurie Greenland and Kade Edwards in second and third place respectively. You can check out their podiuming runs below.

To buy tickets and for more information on this years's event, head over to the Red Bull Hardline website.

Richard Owen
Editor, Bike Perfect

Rich has been riding mountain bikes for over 30 years and mostly likes hitting flowy yet technical trails that point downhill. A jack of many trades, he has competed in cross-country, enduro and long distance MTB races, not to mention also now adding gravel to his riding repertoire. A resident of North Devon, he can mostly be found pedaling furiously around his local trails, or slightly further afield in the Quantocks, the Mendips or Exmoor. 

Current rides: Merida One-Forty 6000, Banshee Paradox

Height: 176cm

Weight: 68kg