Hugo Houle is a Canadian professional cyclist who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam Israel-Premier Tech. Houle, who was born in Sainte-Perpétue, Centre-du-Québec, Quebec, began racing triathlons with his brother at the age of 10 before focusing on cycling at the age of 16. He met former professional cyclist Louis Garneau, who set him up with a team and equipment.
Between 2008 and 2010, Houle cycled while pursuing a college degree in Québec. He signed his first professional contract with Canadian team SpiderTech-C10 after graduating. Houle won the Tour de Québec’s general classification as well as a stage while riding for SpiderTech-C10. In 2012, he also finished third in the Canadian National Time Trial Championships and fourth in the under-23 road race at the UCI Road World Championship.
Hugo Houle Salary
All things being equal, the 31-year-old cyclist is said to earn more than $200,000 per year. His net worth has also been estimated to be $2 million dollars. Hugo’s incredible feat today at the France De Tour has undoubtedly landed him on the big screen. Hugo Houle of Canada won Stage 16 of the Tour de France and immediately dedicated his victory to his late brother.