Sewell Toyota Celebrates the Hotter'N Hell Hundred

Hotter’N Hell Hundred grew out of efforts to find a special way for Wichita Falls, Texas to celebrate its 1982 centennial.  The Wichita Falls Bicycle Club proposed a bicycle ride - 100 miles in 100 degree heat - to celebrate 100 years, coining the name: Hotter’N Hell Hundred. The rest is Hotter’N Hell History.  The race 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 participated in the Hotter’N Hell Hundred weekend events.  Ever wonder where the CamelBak hydration pack originated?  Well, it was at the 1988 Hotter’N Hell Hundred right here in Wichita Falls, Texas!  Read about it here!
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