The United States’ largest one-day cycling event takes place on the scenic country roads surrounding Wichita Falls. Though the in-person event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hotter’N Hell organization invites riders from all over the world to come together and ride the virtual edition. The route begins on Scott Avenue, just outside the Hotter’N Hell clubhouse and after its initial climb, proceeds along the gently rolling roads of Wichita County before concluding out front of the Kay Yaeger Coliseum beneath the Hotter’N Hell 100 arch.
The event is open to all willing participants and there is no limit on who can take part. All riders who register at https://www.bikereg.com/hotternhell102 receive an official ride t-shirt and finisher’s medal.
“We are exceptionally excited to announce our partnership with Rouvy to extend the experience to any and all cyclists who love Hotter’N Hell 100, even if they cannot make it to Wichita Falls to share in the in-person event, this year and beyond.” Charlie Zamastil, Race Director of Hotter’N Hell 100.
About Hotter’N Hell
Hotter’N Hell is celebrating her 39th birthday this year in unusual circumstances. Begun as a centennial celebration event for the city of Wichita Falls, in which a few dozen riders planned to ride 100 miles in 100-degree heat, the event’s popularity exceeded all expectations in its first year, and now every year, 15,000 people take part in the four days of running, cycling, shopping and feasting that the Hotter’N Hell 100 has become famous for. Proceeds from the event go entirely toward not-for-profit causes throughout the North Texas community and beyond. For further information, please visit www.hh100.org/.
Charlie Zamastil, Race Director
Hotter’N Hell 100
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