Rachel Canning


Education: Bachelors of Kinesiology – UBC, and a CSEP Personal Trainer

Years riding: 15 years of experience starting from mountain biking and eventually progressing onto the track and then the road.

Accomplishments: I have represented BC at many events, including Canada Summer Games, Western Canada Summer Games, and both Senior and Junior Road and Track Nationals. I have also raced in Europe with amateur Dutch and Belgian teams. I’m currently racing with a US D1 team.

Brendan Cowley

Track Attendant, Coach

Years Riding: 11

Accomplishments: I have raced several national championships on the track and cyclocross. I currently race full time on the road for a U23 development team.

Zoe Saccio

Track Attendant, Coach

Education: SFU Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Minor, Dialogue

Years Riding: 5


  • 3rd 2019 USA National Individual Pursuit
  • 8th 2019 USA National International Omnium
  • 1st 2019 Marymoor Grand Prix Team Pursuit
  • 1st 2018 BC Provincial Scratch Race
  • 2nd 2018 BC Provincial Match Sprint, Keirin, 500m
  • 3rd 2018 BC Provincial International Omnium
  • 4th 2017 BC Provincial International Omnium
  • 1st 2019 Self-Proclaimed Best Candy Eater

Timon Glaesser

Track Attendant, Coach

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.

Daniel Fraser-Maraun

Track Attendant
Education: A few embarrassingly lackluster semesters at Simon Fraser University.
Years Riding: Since I was 3, but seriously for under 6 months.
Accomplishments: I was a solid national level junior rower.  Among my notable performances, I pulled a 6:152k erg, nabbed a u23 BC Championship as a Junior, and won the Royal Canadian Henley in the U19 2x. After a few years of stagnancy following my leaving the sport of rowing, I now aim to become an elite in the sport of cycling. As of this moment, I boast a 100% winrate in the TT discipline.

Adam Reddy

Mechanic, Track Attendant

Neil Salway

Track Maintenance

board members

Hans Loeffelholz


Hans Loeffelholz CRSP, EP has over 35 years road and track racing experience. A former Ontario Provincial Elite Road Race Champion, he has continued racing and medaled as a master’s athlete at both the provincial and national level. Hans currently holds a national coaching certification program (NCCP) “Trained” status for both “Ready to Ride” and “Ready to Race” with a focus on Road and Track programs. He coaches privately, as well as works with CyclingBC’s iRide program, and with Escape Velocity’s DEVO youth program.

In his professional life Hans is the Manager of Occupational Health and Safety at the North Vancouver School District. With his background in safety, environmental management, risk and compliance he is well rounded for the role of President.

David Miller

Vice President

David Miller happened on cycling late in life. In 2014 he befriended experienced, cyclist, coach and mentor Richard Wooles, David jumped into cycling with the entirety of his heart. After losing a ton of weight, David found and dipped his cleats into ride and racing at the Burnaby Velodrome. He’s since eagerly fit in as much as he can manage, including competing at Masters National Championships within the first two years of racing a bicycle. He’s drawn to the velodrome for the vibrant, active and encouraging community of like minded humans he’s found.

Beyond David’s fascination with everything cycling, his enthusiasm translates to his business running an award winning Web Design and Development agency on the North Shore.

Niall Dempsey


Bio coming soon.

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.

Guy McLintock

Member at Large

Bio coming soon.

Cameron Lebans

Member at Large

Bio coming soon.

Galen Kehler

Member at Large

Bio coming soon.