• “Mask Man” gets a start during Texas Hell Week on Saturday. Bicycle riders have the opportunity to ride 90-105, 60-70 and 40-55 miles each day in the Texas Hill Country. The race began Saturday and runs through Saturday, March 18.—Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Wedel
  • Mark Herman of Wisconsin, starts his Texas Hell Week ride on Saturday from Sunset Inn and Suites. The ride travels through the Hill Country and rides range anywhere from 40 to 105 miles each day.
  • A group of Texas Hell Week riders push up a hill near the Crabapple Grove subdivision. Riders battled hills, rain and other obstacles during their journeys. The race began Saturday and runs through Saturday, March 18—Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Wedel
  • A bicycle rider waves as she pushes up a hill during a Saturday Texas Hell Week ride near Fredericksburg Elementary School.
  • Boulder, the dog, takes a rest before the action began Saturday for Texas Hell Week. About 110 riders participated in the rides.

On the Highway to Hell Week

Bicycle riders take off for views of Texas Hill Country

Fredericksburg Standard

P.O. Box 1639
Fredericksburg, TX 78624-4228