About Us

Jane Horal

Chief Officer

A resident of Livingston County since 1973 and a graduate of Brighton High School and Western Michigan University, Jane’s professional career in the chemicals and plastics industry spanned 40 years in various sales, applications development and marketing positions.  Jane was married to Dan twenty three years before his tragic death in Livingston County while cycling in Island Lake Recreation Area April of 2019.  Dan was hit by a distracted driver and died as a result of his injuries two days later  Jane and Dan have two children who reside in Michigan.   I  look forward to influencing and having the ability to enhance Safety in Livingston County for all non-motorized transportation regardless of age or ability.  Dan was  Pure Michigan as an outdoorsman and would appreciate all the efforts his community is doing to make his and our Pure Michigan Safer!

Louise Horal


Louise is a long time resident of Livingston County.  She is a 1977 graduate of Brighton High School and an avid cyclist enjoying local road riding in both Island Lake State Park and Kensington Metropark.   Both she and her husband have participated in the Make A Wish three day three hundred mile ride for nine years.

Having grown up in Brighton, Louise has witnessed the development and growth of Livingston County over the years. With this growth comes the need for infrastructure that will support the safety of it’s residents. Since the tragic death of her brother-in-law while riding his bicycle in April 2019, the Horal family is devoted to making Livingston County a place for all to safely navigate our beautiful county whether it be on a bicycle, walking, running, etc.  Joining forces with local volunteers committed to accomplishing  the same task have set the wheels of progress in motion!

SHAUN Bhajan

TRUSTEE / Do it for Dan Ride director

Shaun Bhajan, owner and founder of Hometown Bicycles in Brighton, Michigan, has been deeply involved in Go Liv Co since its inception, including co-founding its locally-renowned Do It For Dan Memorial Ride.

He is a highly-respected, master bicycle mechanic, tapped on by local organizations and governing authorities for his over 20 years experience in the cycling industry. His shop, established in 2010 and with the tagline “Go to Your Happy Place”, is best known for catering to ALL cyclists, regardless of bike, style, and skill level. The Hometown crew pride themselves on having worked on over 35,000 bicycles and counting and, in doing so, have won many awards, including League of Michigan Bicyclists “Bike Shop of the Year” and Channel 4’s Vote 4 the Best “Best Bike Shop in Southeast Michigan”.

Shaun is also founder of The H.U.B. Incubator, a business mentoring and development space, located in Brighton.

Additionally, he is a member of the Brighton Optimist Club, and belongs to SELCRA’s board in his advisory role of Community Member at Large.

Originally from Trinidad & Tobago, where his love for bike riding began, Shaun loves cooking nostalgic flavors from the Caribbean. He’s also a passionate car enthusiast, Trekkie, amateur gardener, and enjoys working with his hands.

Shaun is happily married with two children, Liam and Aria, who are as curious and creative as himself!

Craig Wood

Deputy Director

Craig Wood Deputy Director of GLC HFF is an advocate for non-motorized transportation, a passion ignited in his earliest childhood days riding bicycles with his brothers in Mexico City. A resident of Brighton Township and lifetime fan of bikes and all things bikeable, Craig looked around Livingston County and realized there was much room for improvement in terms of safety and connectivity. Craig’s hobbies include biking, walking, and embarrassing his children by taking pictures of bike lanes no matter what city they are in.


SECRETARY /TdL Tour Director

Neal Glazebrook is a resident of Oceola Township and is currently the Chair of the Planning commission in his township. He sits on several boards for the township and is an advisor to the Livingston County Parks and Open space committee. He chaired the Livingston County Transportation Coalition for a number of years and is an active member who sits on the steering committee. He is also a member of the Non-Motorized advisory workgroup of the Michigan DNR (NAW). Neal is an active cyclist and rides with Team Consolidated based out of Flint, MI. He competes in Ultra Endurance Mountain Bike and Gravel races across the state. Neal is an active member of Livingston County Gravel Riders and helps with that group by leading and planning rides. His day job is working for the League of Michigan Bicyclists as their Events Director planning and putting on many cycling events in both the lower and upper peninsula of MI. Neal grew up in Waterford and lived in northern Oakland County until 2015. He graduated from Baker College with a BBA in Marketing Management and spent many years in director roles within the green industry, followed by a handful of years as a VP of Product Development and Operations. He spends his limited non-working time riding, hiking, and camping with his wife Cristi and dog daughter Tessa.