Highlights: Lavallee Backflips 100 Feet over Downtown Minneapolis

Highlights: Lavallee Backflips 100 Feet over Downtown Minneapolis

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Highlights: Lavallee Backflips 100 Feet over Downtown Minneapolis

More action than just football was happening downtown Minneapolis during SuperBowl weekend as Levi Lavallee successfully completed a 100-foot backflip on his Polaris Snowmobile Saturday.

A native Minnesotan, LaVallee holds the world record for snowmobile distance jump and is a seven-time gold medalist at ESPN Winter X Games. Lavallee joined BNQT to talk about the trick earlier in the week.

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How about that kit for Lavallee though? #SKOL

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