Career highlights:

  • 1999-2000 class 7s Laughlin desert challenge score
  • 2000 baja 2000 class 8 winner
  • 2002 Skyjacker: started in prolite,corr, raced half a season with 2 3rd palces
  • 2003 Skyjacker: pro-lite corr, first win at Crandon and was the 2003 World Champion
  • 2004 Skyjacker: pro-lite corr, won 6 races and was the 2004 Pro-Lite Champion
  • 2005 Skyjacker: pro-lite corr, won 4 races and was 3rd in series points
  • 2006 Skyjacker: pro-lite corr, won 3 races and was 4th in series
  • 2007 Rockstar: Pro-lite corr, 3 races won
  • 2008 Rockstar: Pro-4 corr, won 3 races and 3rd in points
  • 2009 Rockstar: Pro-4 torc/loors 3 wins and 3 wins, 2nd in torc points
  • 2010 Rockstar: Pro-4 loors, 1 win 6 2nd’s, and 2nd in points
  • 2011 Rockstar: Pro-4 loors, 5 wins, 3 seconds, and 2nd in points
  • 2012 Monster: Pro-4 loors, 7 wins, 2 seconds and Pro-4 Champion
  • 2013 Monster: Pro-4 loors, 3 wins, 4 seconds and 2nd in points
  • 2014 Monster Pro-4 Champion Loors
  • 2014 World Champion/Amsoil Cup Champion
  • 2014 LOORS Challenge Cup Champion


Kyle LeDuc started his racing career in the back yard behind his father Curt LeDuc’s race shop. It all started for Kyle when he began playing with RC cars and bicycles. While his father worked away on his race winning trucks, Kyle was building jumps in the back yard and sending his RC cars through the dirt. Kyle and his brother Todd LeDuc rode bicycles together almost everyday, this led to an eventual love for racing downhill mountain bikes.
The LeDuc brother’s had racing in their blood and found their nitch in the downhill mountain bike scene and performed very well. Both boys won their fair share of downhill championships, and while brother Todd wentpro and continued his journey, Kyle decided to follow his father’s footsteps and started racing off road. Curt told Kyle that if you want to race you’d better build yourself a truck and Kyle did just that. In 2002 at the age of 20 Kyle entered his first Professional off road race and spent the year testing the mud and learning what he needed to know to become one of the best in off road. One short year later in 2003 Kyle, “The Kid” as they called him,  took the title of Prolite World Champion at Crandon International Raceway. This was one of the first of many wins to come. At that point in time Kyle was the youngest driver speeding around the tracks in off road and he was soon just as fast as the legends. In 2004, Kyle’s second full year of racing, he took the title as Prolite Champion. Kyle eventually felt the need to move up into the Pro4 category and did so in 2008. It didn’t take Kyle long to adjust from a 2 wheel drive truck to a 4 wheel drive as he took his first win in his first year. Although Kyle performed well in the Pro4 category, with countless podiums and wins, his next major accomplishment came in 2012 when he won his well deserved title as Pro4 Champion. Not only is Kyle one of the best in off road he also prides himself in being hands on and elbows deep in dirt and grease. Kyle’s been building his own race trucks since he first set wheels on the track as a professional off road racer. Kyle has the mind of an engineer and builds his own race vehicles from the ground up with his own two hands. Expect to see many more championships in Kyle’s off road future.