100 miles in 100 degrees for The 100 year anniversary of Wichita Falls

What we're known for.

Your skills, training, and resolve will be tested. This is not an ordinary ride. It's hell.

A lot of things are going on during the HHH weekend but there is no way to describe the electrifying experience of the START. Riders begin to assemble as early as 4AM. They are joined by 10,000+ other riders who have trained to complete their chosen distances. All that pent up human energy is unleashed after the American National Anthem, Air Force Fly Over and Cannon Blast. If you are going to ride 100 miles, the best place to do it is at the Hotter’N Hell Hundred!

The different routes can be found here:  10K25 mile50 mile100K75 mile100 mile.

The address for the Start Line is:

Hotter’N Hell Hundred, 104 Scott Ave, Wichita Falls, TX 76301.

Hell’s Gate: 

Hell’s Gate returned in 2013 as we changed the 100 mile route to include the best of the past and eliminate the problems from 2012! You shared with us some of the concerns about the 2012 route and changes were made in 2013 to take us back to the traditional HHH routes which will stay in place for 2017.


The HHH Pace Group

The Hotter’N Hell Hundred Pace Group is the only one of it’s kind – a pace group dedicated to breaking 5 hours for the 100 mile Endurance Ride. Ever wondered what it’s like to be Lance Armstrong in the Tour de France peloton? This is your opportunity to experience the royal treatment of an Armstrong, Schleck, or Evans!

Join us for our fifth year as we ride a controlled pace to help you break the coveted 5-hour mark. To help you in your quest, you will have a premier starting spot, support motor cycles, and a team of experienced coaches and elite racers leading the way – your own personal domestiques! Pace Group participants will receive a special edition jersey and professional level support throughout the ride. Training Plans, Training Events, and a Pre-Ride Seminar are included, and you’ll receive special discounts from our partners.

Please note that this is not a “no drop” ride. We will coach, we will cajole and coerce, but ultimately it will be your responsibility to keep up.

For more information please look at the pace group Facebook Page.

To register for the pace group, click here.