They’ll still get to be a part of the excitement of 12,000 or more cyclists lined up on Scott Avenue as two United States Air Force T-38s thunder over their heads. They’ll still be there to hear the roar of the cannon and be a part of one of the biggest bicycle rides in the world. They…
Participants are encouraged to dress in their best ‘70s style athletic wear and will be led through the course by “coaches”. Not wanting anyone to over exert themselves there are several “rest stops” along the way.
Here’s the general idea. The Alliance is hoping for 100 artistically decorated bicycles to celebrate the 100 mile bicycle ride and because this is the 37th Annual Hotter’N Hell Hundred you can only spend $37 on your art bike project.
One of the biggest needs from the community is for families to open their homes up to give Hotter'N Hell Hundred riders a place to sleep and to show some Wichita Falls hospitality to a visitor from almost anywhere.