2016 Hotter’N Hell Hundred will be Saturday August 27, 2016
Route distances are:10K – 25 mile – 50 mile – 100K – 100 mile. There were a number of rider suggestions for route improvements from the 2012 Ride that were implemented in 2013 & 2014 that carry over to this year.
After taking a year off, Pyro Pete returned to Hell’s Gate on the 100 mile route in 2013 and will again join us for 2015.
HHH weekend includes a 13.1 mile off-road route. The start is across the river at the JS Bridwell Agriculture Center. The trail will be open all day but will be swept for survivors at 6 p.m. on Friday and 1 p.m. on Sunday. The trail is single track with quick short climbs and drops. The route is fun but riders are reminded that these nature trails are on natural surfaces surrounded by trees, water, wild animals, pointy objects and poison ivy. Off roading requires skill and caution on the part of the rider.
HHH has worked hard to keep entry fees as low as possible. Early registration is still $30 and will expire May 31, 2015. Beginning June 1, 2015, regular registration will be $35. To help families, there is a family discount available during early registration. The family discount is applied to registrations from the same household after the first full fee is paid. The maximum is 4 discounts per household. The family rate is $25 per person. The family discount is only available during early registration which expires May 31, 2015. All family discount registrations need to be received at one time and paid all together. Riders can register online, by mail, fax, or in person at late registration. Late registration is $45.
For the 34th Annual Hotter’N Hell Hundred, timing chips will again be provided for all registered riders. This year’s timing results will be posted by distance ridden and age groups. Our goal will be to have Endurance Ride results for Early Registration riders online by Sunday night!
It is important to accurately register for the event you intend to participate in. The USA Cycling races are for licensed racers who have paid or plan to pay a license fee to “race”. Most of the 12,000+ endurance cyclists that come for HHH will be registering for the Endurance Ride. No license is required and you compete against your own personal best, the road, the wind and the heat.
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Ben J. Filer 'Chip'
Executive Director WeeChiTah Trail