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- Team: Team LaVallee
- Class: Professional Snowmobiler (Racing & Freestyle)
- Number: 108
- Sled: Polaris
- Born: August 31, 1982 – Longville, Minnesota
Levi LaVallee started riding snowmobiles at the young age of eight, and from the start, he had a competitive itch. After placing second in his first snowmobile race, Levi continued to succeed in racing, eventually working his way up to the Pro Class in 2003.
After multiple Snocross podiums and wins, Levi became interested in snowmobile freestyle. The tricks came naturally, thanks to his raw talent on a sled, and LaVallee was able to win the first freestyle competition he entered (with only a month of practice). This also earned him an invite to compete in Freestyle, Speed & Style and Snocross in the 2008 Winter X Games. Since then, Levi has continued to compete in the Winter X Games every year for nearly a decade now, becoming one of the staple athletes in the popular event. In this span, Levi has earned himself a total of 10 Winter X Games medals (7 of which are gold), as well as a Snocross Championship Title.
LaVallee was also the first athlete to attempt a double backflip on a snowmobile, and holds the current world record for longest snowmobile distance jump of 412 feet. Being a championship-winning racer and X Games hero wasn’t enough for Levi, so in 2009 he also became the team owner of Team LaVallee in 2009.