The 34th annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred - one of the oldest and largest cycling events in the nation - is this weekend here in Wichita Falls.

I have been hanging out at the finish line the past couple of years at the Hotter'N Hell Hundred. I'm that guy yelling at you that you're almost there. My favorite thing to do is call out people's jerseys.

Here are five of my favorite cycling jerseys I think every Hotter'N Hell Hundred rider should own.

  • 1

    Arrogant Bastard Ale

    If I were to complete a 100-mile bike ride, I would want an ice cold beer when I was done. Needless to say, I have seen a lot of beer jerseys at the Hotter'N Hell Hundred. My personal favorite is the Arrogant Bastard Ale one. Seriously, you can't hate that awesome demon mascot.

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  • 2


    Let's face it, as kids we all wanted to be superheroes. Then we grew up, sadly, we never got those super powers. Well, we can still pretend to be our favorite superheroes at the ride this year. I have seen every superhero imaginable cross the finish line, but Batman will always be my favorite.

    Photo Courtesy of Cyclist Jersey
  • 3

    Favorite Sports Team

    This website has all the best professional sports teams jerseys, except NFL. I swear I saw a Dallas Cowboys cycling jersey one year though. Well, whether it's college, MLB, NHL, or NBA, they have you covered. I went with the Orioles jersey because as we all know, they're the best baseball team.

    Photo Courtesy of Cyclist Jersey
  • 4


    Yes, the food jerseys. As a former fat kid, I can always appreciate these ones. The Sriracha one is my favorite though. However, after finishing the Hotter'N Hell Hundred, Sriracha would be the last thing I would want to eat.

    Photo Courtesy of REI
  • 5


    I am willing to admit, this one is deceiving. From a distance, it looks like a standard lumberjack shirt. If someone wore an actual lumberjack shirt to do the race, good luck. So if you want to look like Al Borland from 'Home Improvement,' here's your shirt.

    Photo Courtesy of Competitive Cyclist
  • BONUS!

    5 Essential Things Every Hotter'N Hell Hundred Rider Should Have