Hotter’N Hell looking for host homes for visiting riders
WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) - The Hotter’N Hell Hundred is less than two months away and thousands of riders are set to participate in the event, many of whom will need a place to stay once they get in town.
Executive director Chip Filer said the Hotter’N Hell cyclists fill up hotels within a 100-mile radius of Wichita Falls.
“If you have an extra bedroom or bedroom suite and want to host a couple of riders, sign up on the home page,” Filer said. “We’ll get a hold of you. We’ll find some riders that are looking for a place to stay and we’ll match them up with you. Quite frankly, you’ll probably build friendships for life.”
Hotter’N Hell was also named one of five different races that should be on every cyclists bucket list by Bicycling Magazine.
“The energy that goes into it,” said race director David Coleman. “We have hundreds of volunteers that make this happen. When you get 10,000 to 12,000 people in one place the energy is just special.”
If you are interested in hosting a rider, you can head over to the Hotter’N Hell Hundred website.
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