Chuck GLOVER is married with two grown children. A retired member of the RCMP after 28 1/2 years of uniform service in Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Rode mountain bike as a duty function.Currently a member of the Metro Vancouver Transit Police. Rode as a duty function, bike patrol officer until the unit was shut down for reasons unknown, 4 years ago. Currently a general duty uniform officer. My cycling qualifications are former week-end warrior/racer of sprint distance triathlons, a number of 1/2 marathons and one marathon(1991-1996). I commuted across the Greater Vancouver area, the longest distance was 25 kilometers one way(1996-2005). I own two bikes, a Jamis Durango Sport off road bike, and a Nishiki Olympic Tri A road bike. I wear a Catlike Kompact’o bike helmet with an Vis 360, Light & Motion lighting system attached to my helmet. I’m a very firm believer in bike helmets, and reflective vests.
My Cycling Instructor experience is; 1994 Calgary Police service mountain bike cycling course 1998 RCMP mountain bike cycling course 2003 – CAN-BIKE Cycling Instructor 2005 – CAN-BIKE National Examiner 2009 – Qualified Cycling Instructor Metro Vancouver Transit Police 2010 – Qualified RCMP Cycling Instructor 2013 – Member CAN-BIKE National Curriculum committee 2014 – National Coaching Certification Program Learning Facilitator – Let’s Ride, Community Cycling Basics, Ready to Race- Intro to Competition 2014- League of American Cyclists Traffic Skills 101 (TS101) course, Seattle Washington USA 2014 – League of American Cyclists, cycling Instructor #4229, Seattle Washington USA – Accepted Cycling Expert BC Supreme Court Member Cycling BC with UCI Instructor Coach licence Member IPMBA – International Police Mountain Bike Association Member LEBA – Law Enforcement Bicycle Association Member British Columbia Cycling Coalition Member HUB – Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition Member Cascade Cycling Club – Seattle Washington USA Senior Cyclist President
– Tri M Sports & Consulting Ltd, CAN-BIKE British Columbia