A native of San Diego, Glenn grew up in Chula Vista, where he was his high school's motocross champion. His first job was in a Suzuki motorcycle dealer, Hurst Supply, owned by the family of world champion Kevin Schwantz. That led to him traveling with the Kenny Roberts/Mert Lawill racing team — an experience that taught him a lot.
In 1989, Glenn started North County Hyper Sports, a dyno tuning center, where the Hyper Sports Racing Team was formed. The group had years of success at Willow Springs; he built the motor and set up the front end of a GSXR1300 that set six world records over six days — one of the best weeks in his motorcycle life. He also had a chopper appear on Thunder Garage, winning Best of Show at Hollister.
Along with motorcycles, golf became an obsession for Glenn, who usually plays 2-3 times a week. Wanting to enjoy both passions together, he designed the Golf Caddy — so he can get to the links stress-free, without having to deal with the hassles of traffic, saving time and gas. It took nine months and four prototypes to perfect the Golf Caddy for his Harley-Davidson; now it slips through the wind as if it's not even there.Get some!