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The 2016 Hotter’N Hell Hundred Endurance Ride will be Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. We will have Mountain Bike Racing on Friday, August 26, 2016 and USA Cycling Criterium races on Friday, ... moreAugust 26th and Sunday, August 28, 2016. We will host the Hotter’N Hell Hundred, USA Cycling Road Races on Saturday, August 27, 2016. Sunday morning HHH will host the half marathon trail run that makes up the final third of the weekend Triple Threat Extreme Challenge. For those that are interested in the Trail Run but not a half marathon, Sandy will also offer a 10k on the WeeChiTah Trail.

The Hotter’N Hell Hundred celebrated its 34th annual ride in 2015. The event was a huge success with over 13,000 registered participants along with the largest Consumer Show and Finish Line Village in the history of the HHH.

The Hotter’N Hell Hundred grew out of efforts to find a special way for Wichita Falls to celebrate its centennial in 1982. Roby Christie of the Wichita Falls Bicycle Club proposed a bicycle ride – 100 miles in 100 degree heat to celebrate 100 years. The original HHH committee promoted the idea as a unique and fitting event to honor the spirit of Texoma and the people who first settled the area. A consulting company from New York City had proposed a rocking chair marathon, but after lengthy discussion the Centennial Committee agreed with the HHH committee that early settlers were not rocking chair people. Gritty people capable of riding 100 miles in Texoma heat was a more fitting symbol of the tenacity of our early settlers. Mark and Jo-Alice Davis, now of Weatherford Texas, coined the name, Hotter’N Hell Hundred. The rest is Hotter’N Hell History. Some of the original committee members have moved on but Roby and many others remain involved in planning and implementing the event in each of its now 34 years. The committee started with 7 people and is now in excess of 100.

During the first year of HHH, there were 1200 riders. Endurance cycling was relatively new to Texas but 1200 riders celebrated the first year as the largest single day 100-mile ride in the nation. The HHH committee has been a constant pupil in the school of hard knocks. Rest stops during the first year were operated by members of the Good Sam’s RV Club. On-board water, toilets and built-in shade made these RV land yachts appear to be the perfect mobile rest stop. The bicycling event emptied the water tanks, filled the toilet tanks and wore out the small crew of volunteers. Tired or not, the Good Sam’s remained an important part of road support for many years.

Ever wonder where the CamelBak hydration pack originated? Well, it was at the 1988 Hotter’N Hell Hundred right here in Wichita Falls, Texas! Click on the link to visit their site.

The early years of medical support would be a nightmare for current day medical volunteers. There was one medical unit at the finish line. Nowadays there are MASH units at each rest stop and at the finish. Medical volunteers treat everything from bees embedded in rider’s ears, to emu bites, road rash, under hydration, over hydration and hard landings.

The Hotter’N Hell grew geometrically for several years. The Hotter’N Hell Hundred is still the largest single day 100 mile bicycle ride in the nation – and one of the largest in the world. In 2015 more than 13,000 registrants again participated in the Hotter’N Hell Hundred weekend events.
Saturday, 27 Aug, 2016
2016 Austin Community Ride - A day of cycling, craft beer, food and fun!  By participating in the 2016 Austin Community Ride, your registration fee is helping 1400 Miles probe the ... moreconversation on prostate health. We are making it easier for stubborn men to openly talk about prostate health. Your funds will help 1400 Miles reach our 2016 goal of getting 1,400 men tested for prostate cancer. 

What is the Austin Community Ride?

The Austin Community Ride is a fully supported ride through some of Austin's best routes. We have three routes; 24, 46, & 60 miles. After the ride, enjoy food and beer from the (in)Famous Beerliner!

Multiple Mile Distances
ALL registrations are tax deductable
Want to earn cool swag? After your registration become one of the 2016 Fundraisers
Saturday, 27 Aug, 2016
The La Vernia Wild West Hammerfest Bicycle Ride welcomes visitors to our beautiful little country community while encouraging the sport and enjoyment of cycling. Join hundreds of avid ... morecyclists and experience the gently rolling hills and peaceful back road beauty while riding in the La Vernia Wild West Hammerfest.

The La Vernia Wild West Hammerfest is open to riders of all ages and abilities and is hosted by the Greater La Vernia Chamber of Commerce. Our rides are 40, 60 and 72 miles. This is a fully-supported cycling event with rest stops and SAGS.

A portion of all proceeds will benefit WISH for OUR HEROES!
Saturday, 10 Sep, 2016
Join Emmitt Smith on September 17, 2016 for a NEW 100-mile bike race that will take place in the DFW-area. The Emmitt Smith Gran Fondo is a premier multi course cycling event designed ... morefor the professional to the weekend rider. It includes a timed race for the 100 mile course with a cash purse.

The inaugural race will launch from Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco on Saturday, September 17, 2016 and includes a post race party with a beer garden, live entertainment, family activities and awards ceremony.

The Emmitt Smith Gran Fondo will feature four routes:
- 100-Mile Course
- 100K Course
- 45-Mile Course
- 22-Mile Course

Please contact Lauren Parker at for information on how to volunteer at the race.

All proceeds from the Emmitt Smith Gran Fondo go to Pat & Emmitt Smith Charities, a 501c3 nonprofit charity that creates and funds unique experiences and educational opportunities for undeserved youth.
Saturday, 17 Sep, 2016
Cyclefest is arguably the best and most scenic Bike Tour in the state of Texas with beautiful vistas , easy novice routes and challenging hills. Cyclefest is a “must do” for every ... morecyclist.

The annual Cyclefest Bike Tour and Hill Climb is held in the scenic “Texas Alps” of West Texas in Fort Davis, Texas. The Tour provides varying distance routes from 27, 55 and 76 miles.

Save the dates: Friday Sept 16 – RUSA 100K and 200K brevet

Saturday Sept 17 – Cyclefest Tour! And party at the finish line

Sunday Sept 18 – The infamous Mt Locke Hill Climb. Post ride swim at Balmorhea Springs.

The event is staged at the historic Prude Ranch in Fort Davis and is held the Third Weekend of September.
Saturday, 17 Sep, 2016
The moment you reach the 243 ft peak of the Harbor Bridge and begin your descend towards the shoreline you realize this isn’t just a ride–from this point on, it will forever become ... morean annual tradition.

Conquer the Coast packs so much into one ride that no other cycling event quite compares. The ride begins at 7:30 a.m. in the heart of Corpus Christi’s Sports, Entertainment and Arts District (Bayfront Park, Corpus Christi, TX 78401). See some of the regions most iconic views, an award-winning art museum and the awe-inspiring watergardens. Your trek up the Harbor Bridge gives you a bird’s eye view of the Corpus Christi Ship Channel and the nation’s 5th largest port to your left. On your right you’ll see a National Landmark, the USS LEXINGTON and the Texas State Aquariums. All with the expansive Corpus Christi Bay as the backdrop where you survey the very coast you set out to conquer.

Here, your adventure has only begun as you continue to make your way through all the picturesque towns that line the shores of Corpus Christi Bay. Portland, Aransas Pass, Ingleside and Port Aransas all offer their own unique flair to the Coastal Bend and promise spectacular views along the way. The Port Aransas Ferry connects you to Mustang & Padre Island where the true test begins. Some call it the “Toughest 18 Miles in Texas” as this stretch of Mustang Island is what it’s all about. It’s what separates the joy riders from the cyclists. A unique opportunity to ride through the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi. A quick jump across the Intercoastal Waterway and you hit Ocean Drive: easily one of the most scenic drives in all of Texas.
Saturday, 17 Sep, 2016
Explore the most popular 1-day/2-day destination city weekend ride through the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Choose your distance and know that every mile makes a difference.... more

Check out our website for more information on the routes available. We have every mileage option you can think of, starting with a 15 mile route for the beginner cyclist (9/18) all the way to 157 miles over two days for extreme cyclists - with an overnight option in the historic town of Gruene (9/17-9/18).

September 17 & 18: Two-Day Ride will leave from Dripping Springs Ranch Park on Saturday (9/17), overnight in Gruene and return to Dripping Springs Ranch Park on Sunday (9/18). Route options include: 78 or 96 mile on day 1 and a 61 mile on day 2.

September 18: One-Day Ride with start and finish from Dripping Springs Ranch Park. Route options ranging from 15, 31, 48, 72 & 96 miles for all cycling abilities.
Saturday, 17 Sep, 2016
Breweries from all over Austin are banding together to fund and build a house for a deserving family right here in Austin. It's the second HTBB being funded and built by the breweries ... morethat keep us quenched!

So why a bike ride?

Because it's going to be fun! What's better than beers and bikes and doing it all for a great cause?

Did we mention all riders get a reusable Pint House Pizza Water bottle?

The Plan
We'll start at 11:30am at the Pinthouse Pizza on Burnet Rd. Sign in and get your first brew.

Registration begins at 11:00am through the start of the ride.

Start - Pinhouse Pizza on Burnet Rd.

Stop 1 - Star Bar on W. 6th St.

Stop 2 - ABGB on Oltorf St.

Finish - Pinthouse on South Lamar

Official route map will be posted ASAP.

We'll have beer specials at the stops for riders, all benefitting the House that Beer Built.

Your $10 registration fee goes directly to funding the House that Beer Built.
Saturday, 17 Sep, 2016
Heels & Wheels Abilene Duathlon - Presented By City of Abilene Parks & Recreation RACE DETAILS: 2 Mile Run 12 Mile Bike Ride ... more

2 Mile Run

Proceeds will benefit the Parks Bucks program.
Saturday, 24 Sep, 2016
The San Antonio Wheelmen Bicycle Club is joining with Each One Teach One of San Antonio (EOTO) to put on a fund-raising ride to benefit EOTO. EOTO is a non-profit, adult literacy organization ... morededicated to help under-educated citizens learn the basic life skills in order to live more productive and personally satisfying lives. 

This new ride, Reading and Riding 100, will take place on Saturday, September 24th, at Canaan Land Ranch. 

Nestled in the Eastern shadow of Lake Medina are some of the most beautiful and challenging roads on which to plant your two wheels. You want hills? We got ‘em along with some downhill runs that will satisfy the more hard-core adrenaline junkies. Want something tamer? We've got that too – beautiful flat routes where you can leisurely spin and look out over vast pastoral expanses. With four route distances each rider can take on as much or a little as they wish.

You’ll begin your day at the Canaan Land Ranch where you’ll pick up your packets and get ready for your ride. After the ride, hang around for the lunch and music. Bring your swim suit, cool off, and kick back in Ranch’s lifeguard-staffed pool. Bring the family and let the kids enjoy the playground equipment.
As part of your registration, you can buy raffle tickets to win the prizes below. We will raffle off the prizes before the start of the ride.

Grand Prize: Cycling Vacation Gift Certificate with Trek Travel for the 2017 Tour de France and a RnR yellow cycling jersey

Second Prize: A Garmin 1000 Cycling Computer and a green cycling jersey

Third Prize: An Apple Watch and a red polka dot cycling jersey 

You can buy raffle tickets as part of your registration. However, if you simply want to buy a raffle ticket and not register for the event, you can purchase tickets through PayPal or you can mail your payment to us by providing your contact information on ourregistration form. 

You must be present to win! Check FAQ for more details.

The current registration fee is $45. Please check our schedule for when the fee changes.
Saturday, 24 Sep, 2016
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