Nearly 11,000 cyclists from all over the world flooded Scott Street in Wichita Falls, Texas Saturday morning August 23, 2014 for the annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred endurance ride and race.

One of the largest and longest running cycling events in the country, the Hotter'N Hell Hundred has been going strong for 33 years and continues to be a can't-miss cycling event for racers and casual riders alike.

This year the Hotter'N Hell lived up to its name with 97 degree temperatures by late morning and early afternoon, with 10-20 mph winds adding to the challenges of the ride.

After crossing the finish line, riders and spectators were treated to a plethora of food, drinks and entertainment at Finish Line Village. All said and done, the HHH committee, with the help of hundreds of volunteers, were able to put on yet another incredible and unforgettable Hotter'N Hell weekend in Wichita Falls.

BONUS: Watch Raw Video from the 2014 Hotter'N Hell Hundred Starting Line: