Glenn Cauley is co-founder and rider for GDRacing Canada Motorsports Team, holding a RACE licence with plate number 985.
Born in Ottawa, Canada, Glenn began roadracing in 1988. After quickly obtaining his RACE licence, Glenn raced very successfully as a privateer in several amateur classes including 400 Production, 600 Production, 750 Production, and Amateur Superbike. He was also part of a private endurance team that ran in a 4-hour endurance race at Shannonville Motorsport Park — which raced against such well-known teams as Team Suzuki Hammer — and the team finished in the top third of the assembled teams.
Returning to roadracing in 2009, Glenn developed his 1998 Suzuki TL1000R street bike into a very capable racing machine with the help of his long-time friend Dean Mondor. In the 2010 season, Glenn took the team’s newly-acquired Honda RC51 SP2 to regular podium finishes in multiple classes. For the 2011 season, the team collaborated with several international and domestic sources (UK, USA, and Canada) to develop the RC51 into a very strong and capable superbike, with emphasis on engine and chassis development.
Starting in the 2012 season, Glenn welcomes aboard Vince Rea who will be mechanic for the team.
Training & Instruction
Glenn began roadracing in 1988 by first attending the FAST Riding School under the instruction of Canadian Superbike Champion Michel Mercier. In 1994, Glenn participated in the FAST School Championship. After a long absence from racing, Glenn re-qualified for his RACE regional license in 2007.
In 2010, Glenn served as a Level 1 and Level 2 track and classroom instructor with the Turn 2 Sportbike School at Calabogie Motorsports Park. Glenn continues to be an M2 Exit Demonstration Rider with the Ottawa Safety Council Motorcycle Rider Course (since 2008).
Racing in 2012
For the 2012 season, Glenn is competing aboard a 2012 Kawasaki ZX6R racebike in mainstream classes such as Amateur 600 & Masters Middleweight (RACE regional) and Amateur Sport Bike & Amateur Superbike (CSBK national).
See HERE for updates on the 2012 racing season.