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2017 Passport

2017 Hotter'N Hell Hundred Ride Guide

If you are going to ride 100 miles, it might as well be Hotter’N Hell! All riders receive:

  • Hotter'N Hell T-shirt

  • Goodie Bag

  • A ton of other free items from our consumer products show.



10K – 25 mile – 50 mile – 100K – 75 mile – 100 mile.


Starting from the JS Bridwell Agriculture Center, this 13.1 mile route is a single track with quick short climbs and drops. The route is fun, but riders are reminded that these nature trails are on natural surfaces surrounded by trees, water, wild animals, pointy objects, and poison ivy. Off roading requires caution and skill from the rider. The trail will be open all day and will be swept for survivors Friday at 6p.m and Sunday at 1p.m. Visit here for more information.

The Off-Road Trail Ride begins Friday at 10am

The Off-Road Trail Run begins Sunday at 7am


Timing chips are provided for all registered riders. Timing results will be posted categorically by “distance ridden” and age groups. Endurance Ride results for Early Registration riders will be online by Sunday night.


There are MASH units at each rest stop and at the finish line.  Medical volunteers treat everything from bees embedded in rider’s ears, to emu bites, road rash, under hydration, over hydration, and hard landings.


  • Online Registration opens January 1st.

  • Early registration is $35 and expires May 31, 2019.

            The family rate is $30* per person.

*4 discounts/household (expires May 31, 2019) The family discount is applied to registrations from the same household after the first full fee is paid. All family discount registrations need to be received at one time and paid all together. *

  • Regular registration is $40 beginning on June 1, 2019 through August 18, 2019

  • Late registration is $45 onsite August 22, 23 & 24, 2019.

  • Riders can register online here, by mail, fax, for early & regular registration or in person at late registration.


It is important to accurately register for the event you intend to participate in. The USA Cycling races are for licensed racers who have paid or plan to pay a license fee to “race”. No license is required and you compete against your own personal best, the road, the wind and the heat.