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Pro racer and engineer living the dream designing bike trails

By day, Hogan Sills works as a civil engineer for Indy-based United Consulting, where he gets to work on bike trails and other transportation projects. But as soon as he finishes his work day, he jumps on his racing bike to train.

The Purdue grad spent two years on a pro cycling team full time after graduating in 2013. Six years ago, he moved to Indy for a job with United Consulting and has continued to ride professionally since then. He typically trains for 12 hours over a week, and that’s paid off: In June, he finished first and third in his races at the St. Francis Tulsa Tough.


He’s one of several Indy-based pro cyclists who will compete in IU Health Momentum Indy.


One of the things Hogan likes about living in Indy is the strong racing community that includes several riders who compete nationally on pro teams.


“While we don’t have hills, we have fast, race-paced rides every day of the week,” he says. “There are always competitive folks to ride with and be challenged by.”

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