Daniel LeBlanc started working for Fast Riding School in 1996 as one of their mechanics and also started his racing career that summer. Later that summer Daniel started to help out with some instructing and was the first amateur status racer to instruct for Fast Riding School under the guidance of Michel Mercier. Dan turned Professional at the end of 1999 and in 2000 was racing with R.A.C.E. and a few Nationals. After the end of the 2000 racing season his interest switched to his young family and motocross. Dan's love for road racing never totally stopped, so he has continued to teach with Fast Riding School. He has been instructing for 14 years so far and is looking forward to many more.
Daniel is now racing Motocross with his two sons Nick and Travis. All his years at Fast Riding School have helped him teach them how to ride better and how to enjoy riding and racing their motorcycles. Daniel's love for motorcycles as been passed on to them.
"Take care and keep riding!", says Daniel. "I am looking forward to seeing new students and returning students this summer at the track."