Josh Wall, an Einstein Sophomore, participated in his second Hotter’N Hell cycle race alongside 10,000 other competitors. Located in Wichita Falls, TX, the Hotter’N Hell Hundred is one of the oldest and largest cycling events in the US and lasts for four days. The event has different route distances to accommodate all levels of cyclists, ranging from the 10K event to the 100 mile race. Last year, Josh finished the 50 mile cycling route.
This year, on August 25th, Josh competed in the 75 mile cycle route and finished in just 5 hours. Part of this route led cyclists through the Sheppard Air Force Base! Josh received a medal and t-shirt for finishing the 75 mile event. Josh reports that his legs were definitely sore the day after, but he is looking forward to participating in the 100 mile race next year! Congratulations on your achievement, Josh!