The biggest event in Wichita Falls has rolled into town for yet another year. Hotter'N Hell Hundred 2014 officially got underway as the consumer show opened Thursday afternoon.
The annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred bike ride brings in several million dollars to area businesses each year.
The Hotter'N Hell Hundred 2014 weekend officially kicks-off Thursday with the consumer show.
As Hotter'N Hell Weekend approaches, there are some traffic closures and detours you need to know about.
As the annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred ride approaches, organizers continue to look for more host homes.
As the Hotter'N Hell ride approaches, riders are hitting the bike shops to get repairs done on their bikes. There are a few things you need to know to make sure your bike is in tip top shape.
The 32nd Annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred is less than two weeks away and organizers say this year's ride is expected to be another huge success.
The Hotter'N Hell Hundred ride is approaching and organizers still need volunteers and host homes.
The New Grand Hotel is still not open, after claiming they would be open by July 27th.
The New Grand Hotel has claimed they are opening by mid-July, and with Hotter'N Hell approaching, time is running out for riders who have pre-paid.
Hotter'N Hell is approaching, and the New Grand Hotel has still not applied for any permits that they would need in order to open in time.
There is still speculation on whether or not The New Grand Hotel will be open by Hotter'N Hell for riders.
Dozens of Hotter'N Hell riders paid last year for a reservation for the ride again this year. But one hotel may not be open in time.
Directors started making drought-related changes to the ride a couple years ago. The fire hydrant shower at the end of the Hotter 'n Hell Hundred ride was always a favorite, but organizers did away with that two years ago as there was seemingly no end to the drought in sight.
Each year we get to hear the encouraging stories of some Hotter 'n Hell riders and what inspired them to register for the ride and this year is no different. Melissa Foy brings us the story of a former Wichita Falls resident who's beating obesity and competing in the ride he never thought he could.
This year's Hotter 'n Hell boasts 253 athletes seeking the "Triple Threat" title.