The Road to the HHH

Every year cyclists in North Texas and all across the USA look forward to the annual pilgrimage to Wichita Falls for the Hotter 'N Hell Hundred.

Since 1987 we have been helping riders prepare for and participate in this annual event. This year, we are taking a NEW approach to sharing our love for this event. We call it The Road to the HHH.

Howd does it work?

We have created a list of events beginning in March and continuing through the HHH on August 25. At each of these events, we identify the "target" distance for riders participating in the 100 mile, the 62 mile and/or the 50 mile course.

 

Additionally, I'll be attending and participating in these rides to share some cycling tips and the road with other cyclists. Just look for the crazy old man pulling the trailer with a sound system in it.

Here is the schedule and the target distances for each event:

Designated Rides                                          Target Distances

Date Ride  City 100 62 50
March 17 Beauty & The Beast Bullard 46 34 24
April 7 ArkLaTex Challenge Texarkana 46 35 22
April 7 Smokin' Spokes Salado 57 27 27
April 14 Country Ride Lancaster 42 24 24
April 21 Tour de Cypress Mt. Vernon 45 30 30
April 28 Muenster Metric Muenster 40 40 22
May 5 Shiner GASP Austin 50 50 25
May 12 Mineola Metric Mineola 51 41 26
May 19 Head for the Hills Cedar Hill 60 40 20
May 26 Honey Tour Burleson 67 46 30
June 2 Magnolia Tour Durant, OK 60 40 22
June 2 Possum Pedal Graham 51 37 20
June 9 McKinney Metric McKinney 62 45 20
June 16 Tour de Italia Italy 63 50 40
June 16 Collin Classic Plano 64 47 30
June 23 Tour of the Wichitas Lawton, OK 66 52 30
June 30 Rodeo Ride Mesquite 65 42 20
July 7 Peach Pedal Weatherford 61 39 39
July 14 TBD        
July 21 Tour de Paris Paris 66 57 35
July 28 The Goatneck Cleburne 70 41 41
August 4 Blazin' Saddle 75 Granbury 62 or 75 40 40
August 11 Red River Rally Sherman 80 42 42
August 25 HHH Wichita Falls 100 62 50

 

So, if you plan to ride in the HHH - copy this calendar and use it to guide you through your training and preparation. Be watching our newsletters for more tips and information on our Ride Guides program for the HHH.