Born in Wigan, Kyle joined British Cycling’s BMX Academy as an 18-year-old in December 2011.
Kyle Evan's made an instant impression, being selected as the reserve BMX rider for Team GB at the London Olympic Games in 2012.
At the first round of the 2013 UCI BMX SuperCross World Cup, Kyle finished sixth overall in the time-trial super final and got through to the quarter finals of the supercross event.
At the same event in 2014, Kyle made it through to the finals and finished fifth overall, beating some of the big names in BMX in the process.
In 2016, Kyle made his first World Cup podium when he won the silver medal in Manchester behind fellow Great Britain Cycling Team BMXer Liam Phillips.