Kevin loves everything! Middle and high mountains, cobblestones, borders.
In 2015, for his first year with the professionals, he became world champion U21 in Richmond.
In 2016, he continued to work hard and obtained his first podium in the Coupe de France at the Classic Loire Atlantique.
But in February 2017, Kevin fell to Italy and broke his femur.
After several weeks of rehabilitation, Kevin got back to cycle and obtained good results on stages of the Tour de l'Ain and the Route du Sud.
He takes a fine 6th place in the French championship, and will wear the tricolor jersey for the European championships in Denmark.
The beautiful story continues this summer with the arrival of his father, Yvon Ledanois, as sports director.
But the former BMC DS was very clear, “No special treatment, I will certainly be more demanding with Kevin."