Red Bull Hardline 2024 rider list has been announced and it's epic – Book your tickets now!

Rider doing a suicide on the road gap at Red Bull Hardline
The rider roster for Red Bull Hardline 2024 will have you rushing to secure tickets (Image credit: Red Bull Content Pool)

Red Bull Hardline is celebrating its tenth year in 2024, and the world's toughest downhill mountain bike race promises to be better and bigger than ever, with the exciting launch of a brand new Red Bull Hardline event in Tasmania, that sees the event expand into a mini-series for the first time. 

Red Bull has now announced the roster for both events, it currently has 26 invited riders who will race over the two events, including defending champion Jackson Goldstone, current downhill World Champion Charlie Hatton, five female riders including Tahnee Seagrave, and a wildcard list of 12 riders that features the one and only former downhill World Champion Loic Bruni.

After this year's disappointing cancellation of Hardline, Red Bull has announced an incredible list of riders that are sure to have any downhill fan just a little bit excited. Red Bull also recently confirmed the dates for the Hardline anniversary year, with the event returning to its traditional home in the Dyfi Valley, Wales on the 1st and 2nd of June 2024. However, Hardline will also venture beyond the UK for the first time, and the brand new Hardline event will debut down under in Tasmania, Australia on the 23rd and 24th of February 2024.

Jackson Goldstone sending it at Red Bull Hardline 2022

Jackson Goldstone will be back to finally defend his Hardline title from 2022 (Image credit: Paul Brett)

Other names that jump out on the list of riders are the legendary Gee Atherton, hopefully fighting fit after his massive crash at Red Bull Rampage, and the three-time winner Bernard Kerr. Other talented riders such as Laurie Greenland, Brook Edwards, and Kade Edwards also catch the eye. 

After the success of Red Bull Hardline 2023 Progression Camp, the women's line-up welcomes Cami Nogueria, Hannah Bergemann, Louise Ferguson, and Casey Brown who will join Seagrave at both events. Female wildcards for Tasmania include Harriet Smith and Gracey Hemstreet, with more expected to be released for the Dyfi edition soon.

Gee Atherton at Red Bull Hardline

Gee Atherton returns after his Red Bull Rampage crash (Image credit: Paul Brett)

We would expect Red Bull Hardline to be broadcast live globally on Red Bull TV as always. Ahead of both events, fans can also enjoy the best action from course walks and practice on Red Bull Bike YouTube ahead of the main events.

For further Red Bull Hardline ticket information, live screening locations, rider updates, and more visit RedBull.com.

Red Bull Hardline 2024 Rider List:

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

Red Bull Hardline 2024 Tasmania Wild Card Rider List:

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

Based in Edinburgh, Paul Brett is a staff writer for BikePerfect.com. He has been an avid cyclist for as long as he can remember, initially catching the mountain biking bug in the 1990s, and raced mountain bikes for over a decade before injury cut short a glittering career. He’s since developed an obsession for gravel riding and recently has dabbled in the dark art of cyclocross. A fan of the idea of bikepacking he has occasionally got involved and has ridden routes like the North Coast 500, Scotland and the Via Francigena (Pilgrim Route), Italy.


Current rides: Marin Alpine Trail 2, Ribble 725, Cube Stereo 160

Height: 175cm