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Red Bull Hardline 2025: Maydena Bike Park to again host world's toughest mountain bike race

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Tassie bike park to host world's toughest mountain bike race. Image / Red Bull

Tasmania’s Maydena Bike Park will once again host the Red Bull Hardline series in 2025, a global mountain bike race that is widely considered to be one of the most difficult in the world.

The highly anticipated invite-only event is scheduled for February 7th and 8th, with significant upgrades to the track promised.


Organisers say Maydena’s “massively diverse trail network”, which spans steep and rugged terrain, provides the perfect spot for the competition.

2024 Red Bull Hardline Tasmania winners Ronan Dunne and Gracey Hemstreet said they are excited to see what changes are in store for 2025.

Tassie bike park to host world’s toughest mountain bike race. Image / Red Bull

“I absolutely loved Red Bull Hardline in Tassie. It was my first ever Red Bull Hardline and the most insane experience,” Hemstreet said.

“The people were amazing and the course was next level.”

Irish downhill mountain biker Ronan Dunne after winning Tasmania’s inaugural Red Bull Hardline event. Image / Red Bull

Mens winner Dunne from Ireland said winning the event was a “dream come true” moment.

“[The] jumps were sick, technical features were amazing … an all-around incredible event,” he said.


“It was my first time down in Australia and to this day one of my favourite tracks I have ever ridden.”

Minister for Sport and Events Nic Street said the state government was excited to support the event 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,” he said.

“The event is an exhilarating showcase of skill and we are thrilled to have it hosted right here in our state.”

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