2015 HHH – MarathonFoto pictures are available at:
HHH Endurance Rides: http://www.marathonfoto.com/Landing/28542015M1/hottern-hell-hundred-2015
Individual rider photo links: 2015 HHH Endurance Ride PURLs updated
Wee-Chi-Tah Mountain Bike Races: http://www.marathonfoto.com/Landing/28542015M4/hottern-hell-wee-chi-tah-mountain-bike-2015
Individual racer photo links: 2015 HHH Wee Chi Tah Mt Bike PURLs
Wee-Chi-Tah Trail Run: http://www.marathonfoto.com/Landing/28542015M5/hottern-hell-wee-chi-tah-trail-run-2015
Individual runner photo links: 2015 HHH Wee Chi Tah Trail Run PURLs
Richard Cleaver’s Photos are available at:
Women’s Friday Criterium – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.899986790038652&type=1
Men’s Friday Criterium – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.899798806724117&type=1
Mountain Bike Races – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.901191976584800&type=1
The 2016 Hotter’N Hell Hundred Endurance Ride will be Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. We are planning to have Mountain Bike Racing on Friday, August 26, 2016 and USA Cycling Criterium races on Friday, August 26th and Sunday, August 28, 2016. We are also planning to have the Hotter’N Hell Hundred, USA Cycling Road Races on Saturday, August 27, 2016. Sunday morning 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.
Registration will be available for the HHH Endurance Rides including the HHH Pace Groups and the Wee-Chi-Tah Trail Events beginning January 1st 2016!
HOTEL ROOM AVAILABILITY
Updates are being posted on the “Hotel, Motel and B&B” page under the “Lodging” heading above as they are received.
Coyote Ranch Resort http://www.coyoteranchresort.com/ has openings! RV Spots at $60 a night (You can tent camp in an RV Spot) Free hot showers! Only 8 minutes from the start. Call 940-767-6700
We are pleased to announce that this year’s headliner band will be ROXY ROCA! The Austin, TX based band has a mixture of everything a person looks for in the music industry. They create a sound that blends the old and the new, with expertise in bringing a unique southern jazzy feel. Be sure to check them out at this year’s Hotter’N Hell Hundred and on their website at http://roxyroca.com/
HHH OFFICIAL PACE GROUP
The Official Pace Group
Back for our 6th year, and better than ever! All your favorite perks will be back; VIP Start Time, Full Support during the ride, and an improved Finish Line Lounge!
We sold out early last year, and are on track for another full ride with a wait list. For more information click: http://www.athletesontrack.com/official-pace-group-hhh
To Register for the Pace Group Click: https://www.bikereg.com/hottern-hell-hundred-pace-group
HHH INDOOR CAMPING & CHILD CARE – Courtesy of the YMCA
Welcome to Wichita Falls, HHH riders and family support! The YMCA is excited to help make this a great experience for you! We offer both affordable indoor camping to help you get a good night’s sleep and safe child care so you can ride at ease.
INDOOR CAMPING is available at the Downtown YMCA (1010 9th St) – only 3 blocks from the starting line! The cost is only $20/person per night and INCLUDES showers, hot tub, steam room, air conditioning, indoor storage of your bike and a light breakfast on ride day! Riders will experience all of this in a SAFE environment. Bring your own sleeping bag, air mattress and towels. To reserve a spot, mail checks to YMCA, Attn: HHH, 1010 9th St, Wichita Falls, TX 76301. For more information call 940-322-7816 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
CHILD CARE will conveniently be offered on Sat. Aug. 29th from 6am-4pm at the Downtown Y (adjacent facilities). We accept children ages 3+ (must be potty trained). Cost is $40 for the first child and $30 for each additional sibling. This includes breakfast, lunch, an afternoon snack, swimming, arts/crafts and activities to keep your children happy. To register, please download and complete the form below. Return it to email@example.com. You will be contacted for payment information. Contact Michelle McCoy at 940-855-2301 for more information. YMCA-HHH Kids Camp Registration
PET BOARDING – RW Canine Re – Treat Boarding & Training Center
If you need boarding for your dog during HHH contact the folks at RW Training Kennel to make arrangements: RW Training Kennel Phone: (936) 569-3783 OR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Georgianne Kimberley, owner, has agreed to make arrangements to assist riders that need to board their dogs on HHH Weekend.
WE WELCOME YOU TO THE BEST RIDE IN THE COUNTRY!
Wichita Falls Water Supply – There have been few questions from riders about the quality of the municipal water supply in light of some of the misinformed negative publicity about the recently implemented recycling treatment processes. The Wichita Falls municipal water system maintains the highest quality rating – “Superior” – as certified by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The system is one of a small minority of public water systems that has added a Reverse Osmosis process to the purification of water. The water meets the standards of a very rigorous testing regime and is a higher quality than water treated by just conventional methods. For additional information please go to: www.wichitafallstx.gov and view the informational video provided on the City of Wichita Falls website.
Alternate Accommodations – Looking for housing at this year’s HH100, but hotels aren’t quite what you’d like. Be sure to check out some of the local alternate accommodation options. Just click on Lodging > Alternate Accommodations above, or click here.
Riders still looking for Hotel Accommodations: The latest information reported vacancies at the following local hotels: As we approach HHH 2015 we will again post Hotel accommodation updates on this page.
To All of Our Riders – We do our best to make sure that the HH100 is a great weekend, enjoyed by everyone, and we couldn’t do that without the help of our local community.
With that in mind, it has come to our attention that there may be a problem for people who have pre-paid for reservations at “The New Grand Hotel.” We want to reach out to anyone who might be effected and bring them up-to-date on the status of the hotel.
It has been confirmed that the hotel still does not currently have a lodging permit, and a permit application has not been submitted to the city departments.