Our preview of the 32nd Annual Hotter 'n Hell Hundred continues. We're spotlighting the people who really make the largest sanctioned century bike ride in our nation happen.
We're starting with a look back at the history of the largest sanctioned century bike ride in the nation.
This year Hotter N' Hell is on Saturday and as thousands converge into Texoma, some are trying to benefit from the city's largest event.
Team Faith Spokesman is recruiting riders and raising awareness for a Texoma nonprofit.
Hotter N' Hell Hundred organizer kickoff planning for this year's big event.
For his many contributions to the city of Wichita Falls we honor Roby Christie as this month's Spirit of Texoma Award winner.
One week after the Hotter n Hell Hundred festivities got underway, event organizers are evaluating this year's events, and they say things couldn't have gone any better. A couple registration records were set, and athletes seemed to really enjoy changes made to several of the routes.
A group of riders from France traveled to Wichita Falls to experience their first Hotter N' Hell Hundred ride.
Students at MSU will have an opportunity to train in new cycling research center and earn a minor in cycling.
Things are heating up as the HHH organizers get ready for Friday night's Pasta Feed.
The Hotter 'N Hell Hundred is days away, and once again, it's expected to be another record setting turnout. But where do all those thousands of riders stay when they're in town?
Texoma homeowners trying to cash in on Hotter N' Hell host home needs
The campsite near MPEC is already packed with riders who are roughin' it in their tents or campers before tomorrow morning's big ride.
With well over 10,000 cyclists on the road, taking their bodies to the limit, medical experts say they'll need to be on their toes making sure those riders can beat the heat.
While the Hotter 'n Hell century ride remains the most iconic of the events, there are many other options to get involved, with or without wheels.
You see them at the registration booth, along the sidelines of the course, and at the finish line. Hotter 'n Hell volunteers are virtually everywhere during the week of the ride.
We all know the Hotter 'N Hell Hundred attracts thousands of cyclists to Wichita Falls, from all over the country.
All this week, we're going to be previewing the 30th annual Hotter 'n Hell Hundred.
It's an event known 'round the world that put Wichita Falls on the map its very first year.