august, 2021

05augAll Day11sepHotter'N Hell 100 ExhibitMuseum of North Texas History

Event Details

The Hotter’N Hell Hundred ride is more than just a part of area history, the HHH ride was created as an event to draw attention to the week-long 1982 Wichita Falls Centennial celebration. The motto for the ride was “100 years of Wichita Falls, 100 miles and likely 100 degree weather.” The 1982 event was a success, eventually growing to become the largest single-day 100-mile ride in the country.

The first-ever HHH exhibit will feature sculptures by noted area artist Jack Stevens, along with colorful HHH jerseys, ride shirts, ride posters and souvenirs such as finisher’s patches, medals and pins. There will also be newspaper and magazine stories and historical videos. There will be interactive elements for families to share their HHH participation stories and also to take selfies. Exhibit open Thursday – Saturday 10am – 4pm.



August 5 (Thursday) - September 11 (Saturday)