CHRISTMAS IN JULY
What better way to stay cool on your HOT HUNDRED ride?
It’s our “theme” for this year’s July 27th ride! Curious? Sign up with Early Bird Registration and save some cool bucks!
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Registration is open at http://www.BikeReg.com/17927
Early-bird registration is available for $35 through February 28. Beginning March 1 and going through the close of on-line registration which is noon on July 23, the cost will be $40. If you miss those deadlines, the price increases to $50, so just go ahead and register NOW!
Geoffrey C. Gartman Kudos on a wonderfully-organized event! Impeccable routes! Impeccable support! Impeccably marked! Did 71. I’ll hopefully be back next year to do the 103! I’ll bring others. Thanks for the great day!
Robin Ford Thank you for making my first organized ride great! There was a always a rest stop right when I needed it. I did the 71 and can’t wait to do the 103 next year.
Edwin Brunot Thanks for awesome ride looking forward to next year.
Jennifer Skjellum Great event! The volunteers at every stop were incredible!
Mark Purser I can’t add any more to what has already been said. Hannah and Geoffrey put it so well. this was my 2nd ride and my only regret is not doing the previous 8. So many hours were put in to the event and it showed. And I hate to single out one stop because all are great but i just love the Bethel church stop….I always look forward to that one and the Chik Fil A sandwiches and sweet tea was an awesome treat! I am so glad Dave Crain told me about this ride 2 years ago.
Stephen Beaumont Great ride, great weather, great food, great shower
Selby Holler enjoyed every mile! looking forward to next years event!
Jeanette Smith This year’s ride was wonderful, just like last year! We came over from Atlanta and had a blast. The ride is so well done! Thanks for another great ride!
Michael Walters Great time! This was my first century and I loved it! Met a lot of cool people and I can’t wait to get out and find some more rides and hopefully come down here for next years ride as well.
Scott Wallace Had a great time riding Saturday. the name sure was appropriate. The rest area at mile 44 was amazing and the workers there were AWESOME!!! Great job to all the organizers and workers!
Scott Thomas This was century #9 for me this summer. And without doubt, one of the best…tied with a MUCH larger ride for support and fun. Well worth the four+ hour drive from Chattanooga. Already looking to next year. . Rest stop volunteers were tops, and thanks to Chick-fil-a for the cow…err…chicken!
Steve Spence Great ride this past Saturday. My first Hot Hundred. Yes – it was hot. But this was by far the best supported ride I have ever riden. See you next year!
Michael Hayes While at one of the rest stops I overheard one! fellow say to another; “This is the best supported ride I’ve ever ridden.” Thank you to all the hard working volunteers that work this event. You are awesome and amazing!
Joe Varner Had a great time. You guys were prepared and the staff were all super friendly. The Zoe’s after meal was spot on. Great Venue as well. The welcome of the last rider was cool too.
Babs Des Marteau Had a great ride…boy, those Chick-Fil-A’s and sweet tea came at the perfect time! And those climbs–wow! Thanks to everyone who did so much to make it happen. Friday night was enjoyable, appreciated the food, too.
Tamela Curtis My husband & I drove in from Atlanta, GA to participate in the Hot Hundred Bike Ride yesterday, and had an amazing day! The University of Alabama campus was beautiful, and the course proved to be a fantastic ride. In addition, the attention snd awareness you brought to mental illness was greatly appreciated. But we were most impressed by the organization of the entire event. We have ridden in a number of rides/races and hand down, this was one of the best! Everyone was ready and knowledgeable from start to finish. Kudos to your sponsors for the amazing variety of food and snacks at the rest stops … YOU GUYS ROCK!!!!! Thanks again for an amazing day!!!
What a wonderful weekend! We want to thank you all for participating in 2012′s 10th Annual Hot Hundred in Tuscaloosa Alabama. We had the largest turnout ever with over 450 riders including Wounded Warriors from Ft. Stewart and Ft. Benning GA.
Click on the photos below to see hundreds more taken by Michael Hayes, DCBC Photo Coordinator