Snowmobiling’s favorite stuntman and ambassador is at it again. Today, Levi LaVallee and Red Bull released the latest video of Levi’s stunt riding antics. This one isn’t in an urban area (like this video of him riding in St. Paul, Minnesota) or jumping over a train and from barge to barge (like this video from Duluth, Minnesota). Instead, it was shot at La Citadelle de Quebec, the oldest military base in Canada.
Aside from his usual fun high-flying stunts ripping around on a snowmobile in a place where snowmobiles usually aren’t allowed, though, this video also includes a throwback of sorts, with LaVallee ending with a run through a loop-de-loop, old-school Polaris style. Even though the process of riding a snowmobile through a Matchbox-cars-style loop dates back to the Polaris Thrill Team from 1969, it still seemed to freak out the man who jumped a snowmobile 412 feet over San Diego Harbor. “You have no idea how frickin’ scary that was!” he says on the video, right after running through the loop.
He’s the video that was posted on YouTube this morning.
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2 thoughts on “Levi’s New Conquest: A Loop At Canada’s Oldest Military Base”
Levi’s the man !!! A little nuts but damn good at what he does. Dude you rock ! The colors on that sled are perfect, Polaris needs to make them an option. Old guys like me grew up riding those colors, brings back tons of great memories. Thanks Levi for all the awesome entertainment.
I like it! Now, try that on a 1973 Polaris Charger!