Another successful Hotter’N Hell Hundred has come and gone in Wichita Falls.  But maybe we should have called this one the Windier’N Hell Hundred. 100+ temperatures were replaced with heavy winds this year during one of the largest cycling events in the nation. Some cyclists would even say that the winds proved a much tougher adversary than scorching heat.

Nevertheless, thousands of cycling enthusiast hit the pavement of Scott street bright and early Saturday morning (Aug 25th) to cruise the streets of Texoma.

The official number of  registrations this year was 13,552 total riders and racers combined, with 3,705 of those completing the 100 mile endurance ride. Other riders rode 10 km, 25 miles, 50 miles, or 100 km.

Big thanks to every single one of the many volunteers that make this awesome event possible and congratulations to every rider that crossed the finish line!

Flip through the gallery of photos from the 31st annual Hotter’n Hell Hundred:

 

Watch video of the USAF flyover and cannon blast start of the 31st annual Hotter’N Hell Hundred: