Hotter’N Hell Hundred is just two months away and based on current registration numbers, it could be the biggest one in some time.
Hotter’N Hell Hundred public information officer Julie Ayres, says registration is ahead of last year’s numbers by more than 45-percent.
Going off that Ayers says this could be a record setting year.
This will be the 35th Hotter’N Hell Ride–which is certainly a milestone–but Ayres believes there is another reason why so many are signing up.
“I think that we’ve survived some tough times in the area with the water situation, and now we’re burning on all four cylinder’s,” Ayres said. “I think that we are just in a really good position to be able to entertain a lot of people as we have in years past and people just love the hospitality of Wichita Falls.”
Because so many riders are expected to come into town, Hotter’N Hell is in need of host homes and volunteers.
So if you’re not riding in the race, but would still like to be a part of it you can contact Marie Libby at (940) 267-3434 for host homes and Darlene Craddock at (940) 733-1532 if you would like to volunteer.