Riders and racers from all over the world made their way to Wichita Falls, Texas on August 24, 2013 for the 32nd annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred weekend.

One of the oldest and largest cycling events in the nation, the Hotter'N Hell Hundred continues to be a can't-miss event for a record number of riders every year. Registration numbers have grown to over 13,000 riders and racers each year.

Just like every year, the singing of the national anthem followed by the firing of a black powder cannon kicked off the hundred mile endurance ride just after 7am on Saturday Aug 24. The only difference this year, instead of a military jet flyover, riders were treated to an aerobatic airplane flyover piloted by Mac McGregor - complete with stunt smoke billowing as he flew.

With the ride, the races, the consumer show and the food and entertainment at Finish Line Village, it was yet another successful Hotter'N Hell Hundred event in Wichita Falls.

Check out pictures from Hotter'N Hell Hundred 2013 in the gallery below: