The big day has finally arrived! Acclaimed snowmobiler Levi Lavallee has released the the video he recently filmed in Duluth.  The video, titled 'Turning Port City Into A Snowmobile Thrill Ride' is as breathtaking as expected, check it out above.

Levi was in Duluth earlier in the year and the Northland was excited to learn he was filming a Duluth video. In fact, several personal videos were captured of Levi in the filming process and were shared on social media early in March.

Of course, as you can tell from the finished product above, those videos didn't do justice to what Levi was able to capture on film in Duluth.

'Turning Port City Into A Snowmobile Thrill Ride' is similar in theme to his 'Urban Snowmobiling in Saint Paul' video, which you can watch below. However, people in the Northland have got to love the extra thrill of seeing our local landmarks in his new video.

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Levi LaVallee has a long list of riding accomplishment. Since 2010 alone, he has earned the following awards and accolades: 

  • 2017 Bronze / Winter X Games / Freestyle
  • 2016 1st place / Arctic Man / Snowmobile + Ski Race
  • 2016 1st place / Red Bull Snow Boundaries / Eduro Race
  • 2014 Gold / Winter X Games / Long Jump
  • 2014 10th Overall ISOC SnoCross Series / Pro Open
  • 2013 Fan Favorite Of The Year Award /ISOC
  • 2013 Gold / Winter X Games / Freestyle
  • 2013 Gold / Winter X Games / Speed & Style
  • 2013 Chosen 19th of ESPN/XGames 50 Most Influential People in Action Sports
  • 2012 Fan Favorite Of The Year Award /ISOC
  • 2012 World Record Snowmobile Distance Jump [412 feet]
  • 2011 Fan Favorite Of The Year Award /ISOC
  • 2011 World Record Snowmobile Distance Jump [361 feet]
  • 2010 Gold / Winter X Games / Knock Out
  • 2010 Bronze / Winter X Games / Best Trick
  • 2010 Fan Favorite Of The Year Award / ISOC
  • 2010 2nd Overall ISOC SnoCross Series /Pro Stock

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