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Dates Announced for Red Bull Hardline Tasmania 2025

Jul 10, 2024
by Sarah Moore  
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Bernard Kerr took second at Red Bull Hardline Tasmania.


Red Bull has announced Red Bull Hardline Tasmania is returning in 2025. Red Bull Hardline Tasmania will take place on the 7-8th February, before the event returns once again to Wales’ Dyfi Valley later in 2025.

Maydena Bike Park in Tasmania will once again host in 2025. Red Bull says that riders invited to participate should expect advances to the track as the course will be upgraded.

Spectator tickets for Red Bull Hardline Tasmania are available to purchase on Thursday 11 July at Redbull.com/hardline.  


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Gracey Hemstreet on her way to making history.


History was made at the inaugural event earlier this year, with wildcard Gracey Hemstreet (CAN) and Louise-Anna Ferguson (GBR) becoming the first ever female riders to compete in a Red Bull Hardline final. 2024 Red Bull Hardline Tasmania winners Ronan Dunne (IRL) and Gracey Hemstreet (CAN) had this to say about their experience in Tasmania.

bigquotesI absolutely loved Red Bull Hardline in Tassie, it was my first ever Red Bull Hardline and it was the most insane experience. The people were amazing, and the course was next level!! I can’t wait to see what kind of changes they make for 2025!Gracey Hemstreet

bigquotesRed Bull Hardline Tasmania was a pretty amazing event. It was my first time down in Australia and to this day one of my favourite tracks I have ever ridden. Jumps were sick, technical features were amazing, an all-round incredible event. To take the win was amazing, a dream come true, especially in one of the biggest races of the year. Now I have my eyes set on winning the next Red Bull Hardline Tasmania.Ronan Dunne


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Ronan Dunne took the win at the inaugural Red Bull Hardline event in Tasmania.


The Tasmanian Government had this to say:

bigquotesThe Tasmanian Government is excited to support the Red Bull Hardline Tasmania again in 2025. Mountain Bike tourism has grown exponentially in Tasmania over the past decade, earning our State a reputation as Australia’s mountain biking capital. Red Bull Hardline is renowned for hosting one of the most challenging downhill mountain biking competitions globally. The event is an exhilarating showcase of skill, and we are thrilled to have it hosted right here in our state.

The Tasmanian Government is committed to supporting these important events as part of our 2030 Strong Plan for Tasmania’s Future.
Nic Street MP, Minister for Sports and Events, Tasmanian Government


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12 Comments
  • 14 1
 When do we get to hear about Hardline Holland?
  • 6 1
 the dutch alps are beautiful I hear
  • 12 0
 Flatline 2025
  • 1 0
 Easy, down into mines to inner earth... start digging RB
  • 5 0
 Betting that all of the accommodation within an hour of Maydena was mysteriously booked out for early February 2025, in the past couple of weeks.
  • 2 0
 Have all the Melbournians bought up Maydena yet? It was still dirt cheap a few years ago… but its proximity to Hobart sort of seemed to keep the price down.

Talking to locals at Derby, one bloke reckons property value went up an order or magnitude after the trails and EWS came to town.
  • 1 0
 It would be nice if there was more accomodation options in Maydena, but it’s quite a different prospect to Derby.
  • 2 0
 When are the Rampage dates usually announced? All I can find is it's sometime in October.
  • 3 0
 Usually early August and tickets typically end of Aug.
  • 2 0
 Brendog robbed them...
  • 1 0
 With this anticipation hopes for disclosure of 2 more venues this season and bang Hardline WC for 2025!







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