Coach Developers

Coach Developers are trained by the Coaches Association of Canada and certified by a Cycling Canada-appointed Master Coach Developer.

There are 3 types of coach developers:

  • Learning Facilitators – lead NCCP coaching courses
  • Coach Evaluators – evaluate coach portfolios and conduct formal observations
  • Master Coach Developers – provide training and formal observations of LF’s and CE’s

Ben Chaddock

Cyclocross, Mtn. Bike, Road, Track

As Cycling BC's Head of Coach Development and iRide Manager, Ben enjoys the challenge of creating and implementing new strategies that provide safe, fun, and exciting events for introductory youth cyclists in British Columbia.

Ben’s cycling passion took hold as a university student when he came to the sport after an elite amateur alpine skiing career. During his four years at Whitman College, he helped rebuild their cycling team to reclaim the National Collegiate championship in 2009 and 2010. Moving into the North American professional peloton in 2011, Ben raced at the largest events in North America and claimed the Canadian Criterium Championship title in 2012. Ben has worked with youth cyclists in various capacities since 2008, and continues to race provincially in support of youth development.

Ben also works with a small number of athletes through his private company, Toque Coaching. To learn more about his available services, visit www.toquecoach.com

As a member of Cycling BC's Coach Developer team, Ben helps facilitate all NCCP Community and Club (aka Comp-Intro) modules, evaluates coaches, and trains other coach developers.

Kurt Innes

Cyclocross, Mtn. Bike, Para, Road, Track

Lauren Lan

Mtn. Bike

Jared Ennis

BMX

Joel Harwood

Mtn. Bike

Stephen Pilcher

Cyclocross, Mtn. Bike, Road, Track

Vicki Greenwood

Road

Meet Ben Chaddock

As Cycling BC's Head of Coach Development and iRide Manager, Ben enjoys the challenge of creating and implementing new strategies that provide safe, fun, and exciting events for introductory youth cyclists in British Columbia.

Ben’s cycling passion took hold as a university student when he came to the sport after an elite amateur alpine skiing career. During his four years at Whitman College, he helped rebuild their cycling team to reclaim the National Collegiate championship in 2009 and 2010. Moving into the North American professional peloton in 2011, Ben raced at the largest events in North America and claimed the Canadian Criterium Championship title in 2012. Ben has worked with youth cyclists in various capacities since 2008, and continues to race provincially in support of youth development.

Ben also works with a small number of athletes through his private company, Toque Coaching. To learn more about his available services, visit www.toquecoach.com

As a member of Cycling BC's Coach Developer team, Ben helps facilitate all NCCP Community and Club (aka Comp-Intro) modules, evaluates coaches, and trains other coach developers.

Coach Developers are nominated by Cycling BC and undergo training to guide, moderate and instruct new cycling coaches through various training programs.

If your club would like to request an NCCP course, please contact Cycling BC.