Wichita Falls (Times Record News) – If you live in Wichita Falls or the surrounding area, you are more than likely familiar with our annual cycling event known as the Hotter ‘N Hell Hundred, or HHH. The HHH, entering its 37th year, is one of the oldest and largest cycling events in the nation. Over 10,000 plus riders come to Wichita Falls from around the nation, and even around the globe, for the four-day event.
Many of the attendees have no idea that Wichita Falls is home to many creative and artistic people, including visual artists, theater performers, musicians, singers, dancers and writers or that the citizens of Wichita Falls eagerly and gladly support all the arts in our fair city.
In 2016, The Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture sponsored an art exhibition called Art Bikes, to coincide with the HHH, to show all who attended the creative and artistic side of Wichita Falls. The art project continues this year and we invite all Wichita Falls citizens to participate. Here’s how you can become part of this year’s exhibition.