Neil Salway

Velodrome Manager

Education: He has probably already forgotten more than most of us will ever know.

Years riding: Came to a Burnaby Six-day and never looked back.

Accomplishments: coming soon

BVC comments:  Neil is a great addition to the BVC Team and a great ambassador for our sport. He is responsible for coordinating the team and the scheduling of staff. He also conducts the repairs to the track.

Jay Delaney

Program Coordinator

Education: Photography

Years riding: 8 ish?

Accomplishments: Nothing of note, just enjoying racing bikes and trying to build our community

BVC comments:

Hans Loeffelholz

Head Coach

Coaching Level: Club Certified and Coach Developer

Education: Environmental Technology

Years riding: >30 years

Accomplishments: 2021 CyclingBC Coach of the Year

BVC comments: Passion for Cycling

Julian Base

Coach - Learn to Ride, Learn to Race

Coaching Level: NCCP Community

Education: coming soon

Years riding: coming soon

Accomplishments: coming soon

BVC comments:  Julian has a great ability to get riders to focus on the key things that will make them successful during the Learn to Ride and Learn to Race sessions. But don’t think it is all serious business, expect to walk away with one or two tall tales from the life of a cyclist. During the day Julian is a representative for several bike brands and accessories that you will find in your local bike shop.

Timon Glaesser

Track Attendant, Coach in Training

Education: SFU Business Administration and Computing Science

Years Riding Track: Since December 2016

Accomplishments: Competed in several international track races. Hold the BVC record for longest plank. Over two and a half years of coaching experience.

BVC comments:  After learning to use the track he quickly took up the opportunity to work at the track as a coach and track attendant.

Daniel Fraser-Maraun

Track Attendant, Coach
Coaching Level: NCCP Community in progress.
Years Riding: Since 2018, but also his entire life.
Accomplishments: Member of the Canadian national team for endurance track cycling. Represented Canada at 3 nations cups in team pursuit, twice in Milton and once in Cairo. 2022 national champion in team pursuit. Rides on the road for Red Truck Racing. Holds the track record in IP at Jerry Baker Velodrome. Personal best of 413.6 in the IP.
BVC comments: Currently the only active BVC employee with the ability to operate the moto.

Jason Fraser-Maraun

Track Attendant

Education: coming soon

Years riding: coming soon

Accomplishments: coming soon

BVC comments:  Jason came on board in 2020 and has been a great addition to the team.

Laura Brown

Coach - Performance

Coaching Level: NCCP Performance Certified

Education: coming soon

Years riding:

Accomplishments: See this page””

BVC comments: Drkhorsecycling

Steph Roorda

Coach - Performance

Micheal Wegner

Novice Race Whip - ride along coach

Expect to see Micheal supporting the novice racers getting up to speed on the track. Ask him all sorts of questions even if they are not related to track racing!

Ben Chaddock


During the day Ben is the Head of Coach Development, and iRide Manager at Cycling BC, but sometimes, if you are lucky you will have him as your learn to ride coach at the BVC!

Tom Baker

Youth Coach

Elizabeth Khrisanova


Kate Mattson

Track Attendant, Coach in Training

board members

Al Murison


Al Murison currently combines riding for local elite team Red Truck Racing with working for the accounting firm KPMG in the Enterprise Audit team, and is currently pursuing his CPA designation.

Growing up in the UK, Al began riding through the charity cycling event “The Paris to Hayling”. Having immediately caught the cycling bug, Al started racing in 2007 on both the road and track and the following year finished the season ranked 2nd in the U16 National Road Series (bragging rights are that year Simon Yates finished 1st & Adam Yates 3rd – they turned out to be quite good bike riders). Following a year racing in Belgium as a U23, Al attained a 1st Class Honours Degree in Kinesiology at the University of Exeter while riding for the French team Equipe CMI. Having moved to Vancouver in 2016, Al won the BC Provincial Road Championship in 2017 and the Provincial Criterium Championship in 2018.

When he’s not on his bike, Al audits small to medium sized clients and looks forward to bringing his experience working with these companies to the velodrome operations.

Domenik Adamoski


Cameron Lebans


Marc Sasso