Regular Registration Fee
$30 through May 31st (Early Registration)
$35 beginning June 1st through August 23rd,
$45 after August 23rd (Late registration).
The discounted family registration fee is $25 per person for up to 4 additional family members (from the same household) after the first regular $30 fee is paid from January 1st through May 31st. No discounts after May 31st.
Registrations are non-refundable.
STILL $8.75 per meal. Reserve dinners for friends and family (meat or vegetarian sauce, spaghetti, salad, drink and bread). The spaghetti dinner is hosted by the North Texas Restaurant Association and the proceeds go to their scholarship programs.
Breakfast is provided on site at MPEC by Monarch Catering from 5AM til 8AM. Reserve breakfast for friends and family (2 pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, milk, juice & coffee) $7.50 / person
Chip Timing will again be provided for all advance registrations at no additional charge. This year the Endurance Ride timing will be provided by Cadence Sports. Timing results will be posted in order of finish by distance and age catagories. Distance groups will be determined by data collected. All routes will get start and finish splits. Use of the timing chips is required if you are participating in the HHH/Wee-Chi-Tah Mountain Bike or Trail run events or the Triple Threat Challenge. The timing chips are disposable so there will be no requirement to return them. The goal is to post early registered rider's times by Sunday evening. Times will be available for all routes except 10K.
The HHH Endurance Ride is at 104 Scott St on Aug 29, 2015 at ~ 7AM. Rest stops are approximately every 10 miles and will furnish snacks, PowerAde, water and medical assistance. CPSC approved helmets are required. It is important to start behind the Official Start Line. Starting early or elsewhere along the route is unsafe for racers, riders, and for you. No pets, headphones or personal support vehicles please - they present a safety hazard!
WEE CHI TAH TRAIL RACES AND TRIPLE THREAT
Come play in the dirt with us Hotter'N Hell Hundred weekend in Wichita Falls, Texas!
Brought to you by: Streams and Valleys, Hotter'N Hell Hundred & the Wichita Falls Runners Club
Mountain Bike Race
A USAC Event!
Friday, August 28, 2015 For detailed MB start times go to: www.weechita.org chi
Sunday, August 30, 2015
And the Famous Triple Threat!
Trail runs start and finish at the
Multi-Purpose Event Center, 1000 5th St.
The headquarters for the
Hotter'N Hell Hundred
Mountain Bike start and finish across the river at the Ag Barn.
Mountain Bike Race: Overall, Cat 1, Cat 2, Cat 3, Jr. (18 & under) - 10 year age groups. (Male & Female)
Trail Runs: Overall, Masters, - 5 year age groups. (Male & Female)
Triple Threat: Complete the mountain bike race, the HHH 100 Endurance ride (single bike, no tandems.), and the 13 mile trail run and receive the famous “I Survived the Triple Threat” award! MUST HAVE A TIMING CHIP FOR ALL THREE EVENTS!! We reserve the right to combine or expand categories on all events.
NO duplication of awards!
All Triple Threat athletes must ride the 100 mile HHH ENDURANCE RIDE! The Road Race course WILL NOT COUNT towards the Triple Threat award! First mountain bike lap time will be used for Triple Threat time.
One Day USAC License (for mountain bike event) available for purchase when you sign up or on site. Per USAC rules you may race Cat 2 or 3 with a 1 Day. Please go to www.weechita.org/wee-chi-tah/ for start times and other details.
Questions? - (940) 322-3223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Only the MTB, Road Race and Criterium are permitted and sanctioned by USA Cycling. No other races or activities at this event are sanctioned by USA Cycling.
Proceeds from both events will fund Streams and Valleys for Wee-Chi-Tah trail improvements.
Õ Õ Õ NO REFUNDS!!! Õ Õ Õ
The Mountain Bike race has been revamped! New start times! New start and finish location! For details go to www.weechita.org/wee-chi-tah/
In case of flood, forest fire, tornado, or other Acts of God - we reserve the right to delay the start time, alter the course or cancel the events. Streams and Valleys Trail Officials will determine if the trails are in suitable condition for the events. The decision of Race Officials is final. Whining not allowed!