Riders had a chance to fuel up for the 30th Annual Hotter 'N Hell Hundred. One of the traditions surrounding the race is the spaghetti dinner. Thousands ate the meal – gearing up for the race.
It took an army of volunteers to prepare the meal. "We gather volunteers from Interfaith Ministries and Rotary Clubs that helps us… Its about the most fun we have all year," said Interfaith Ministries Executive Director Jean Payne. Proceeds from the dinner will go back into the community.
Riders enjoyed the meal. Many were looking forward to the race.