An event described as one of the toughest downhill mountain bike race will be returning to the Dyfi Valley for its tenth anniversary.

Organisers of the Red Bull hardline announced that the event would be returning to celebrate its tenth anniversary at the Dyfi Valley on June 1 and June 2, 2024.

Tickets are currently available, as spectators can reportedly expect the same number of complex jumps and technical racing that will put some of the world’s best downhill mountain bike riders to the test.


The Hardline course was created by Dyfi Bike Park creator Dan Atherton and has been described by mountain biker Tahnee Seagrave as “the most difficult mountain bike race in the world”.

As Red Bull Hardline gears up to commemorate 10 years of racing through the Dyfi Valley, mountain bike athlete Matt Jones took a tour of the course in Michael Whiddett racing truck, attempting to set a new record down the course.

The video of his record breaking run down the Dyfi Valley course has garnered over 200,000 views and should be the first of many events to mark red Bull Hardline’s tenth anniversary.