Pro Snowmobiler Levi LaVallee returns with Signature Ski2

September 2, 2014

Pro Snowmobiler Levi LaVallee returns with Signature Ski2

C&A Pro Skis has partnered with snowmobile distance jump world record holder and seven-time Winter X Games gold medalist, Levi LaVallee, to release a series of signature skis.

C&A Pro Skis Sales Manager, Eddy Plowman, explains the companies sentiment “We are thrilled to team up with Levi to make the Signature Ski2. With great sportsmanship, athleticism and energy, LaVallee is a perfect candidate to showcase what C&A Pro represents.”

Levi quotes “There is a reason why everyone in snocross runs C&A Pro Skis. They are the highest quality, the best looking, and there performance is second to none. I am honored to be partnered with C&A Pro Skis on the LaVallee Signature Ski2!”

The LaVallee Signature Ski2 skis are available through these websites: and .  Be the first to see these new skis by visiting the Team LaVallee booth at Hay Days this September 6th & 7th.   Available in both XTX and RZ version be sure to snatch up these limited production Signature Skis before time runs out.

About Levi LaVallee

The well-known, highly accomplished pro snowmobile athlete, Levi LaVallee, has become an icon in the snowmobile world.  His feats performed are many and memorable, even beating his own world record distance jump by soring over San Diego Bay during the 2012 Red Bull: New Year. No Limits. expedition.  ESPN chose LaVallee as 19th of the 50 Most Influential People in Action Sports. Levi is drawn to adventure, and does so calculated, confident and deliberate. Besides his many sports triumphs, Levi is also a successful businessman and owner of Team LaVallee. Levi intends to share his passion for snowmobiling by championing awareness and interest in trail riding recreation. Learn more and stay current by visiting Levi LaVallee’s site:


About C&A Pro Skis

C&A Pro Skis is the industry leader for high performance skis.  Headquartered at Hutchinson, Minnesota and a division of Pride Solutions LLC. C&A Pro sells their skis and accessories through distributor/dealer channels and through their online web store at

LaVallee to Compete in Arctic Man

Levi LaVallee and Daron Rhalves join forces in a combined downhill ski and snowcross competition.
Longville, MN / April 3, 2014   – Repost from Red Bull

The Arctic Man. The name sounds like something out of a classified military special ops file. In reality, it’s a competition that gauges exactly one thing: how much are you willing to push the limits? Two men, a snowmobile, and a pair of skis all combine to test the mettle of some of the world’s top ski and snowcross athletes in the frosty temps of Anchorage, Alaska.

On April 11th, snowmobiler Levi LaVallee and skier Daron Rahlves will team up to take on the Arctic Man. Daron is no stranger to downhill, having won World Cups in Super G and most recently competing in skicross. Daron and the rest of the skiers will kick the race off as they tackle a course starting at 5,800 feet of elevation, dropping 1,700 feet in less than two miles to their partners waiting on snowmobiles.

As Daron meets Levi, he will grab a towrope and be towed approximately 2.25 miles up to another peak, reaching speeds of up to 90 mph. Levi’s mind is wide open at that point, as is his sled as they charge up the treacherous course. From there, Daron will hit another downhill course, dropping 1,200 feet in elevation before reaching the finish line.

The Arctic Man mantra is a fitting “Go fast or go home.” In 2014, the competitors will celebrate the 29th anniversary of the Arctic Man, along with the 10,000-plus spectators who brave the brisk conditions to take in some of the most hardcore athletes that snow has ever produced. It will be an entirely new challenge for both Levi and Daron, but they have a knack of rising to the occasion.

For more info on the Arctic Man competition, check out

Lieders Tops the Podium in Lake Geneva Finale

Longville, MN (March 19, 2014) - The final race of the season brought us to the Grand Geneva Resort and Spa in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. The Lake Geneva Finale has been noted for having the largest and best race tracks of the season and this year, it did not disappoint. The track consisted of a huge up hill start, followed but 3 down hill sections and a technical whoop section. It was a crowd-pleasing weekend with year-end points battles going on, each race and each finish counted to see which rider would end up on top.


The Lake Geneva Finale was a 3-day race weekend for the Pro’s, a first in the ISOC national series, while Pro Lite competed on just Saturday and Sunday. The highlight from the weekend was Pro Lite rider, Kyle Pallin securing his 3rd place overall points standings for the 2013/2014 Race Season with great finishes throughout the weekend. Rookie Pro Rider, Jake Scott had an impressive weekend with good qualifying and making it into each final. Scott finished out the season in 11th place overall. Team LaVallee’s co-owner and Pro rider, Levi LaVallee placed 10th overall for this season. LaVallee missed racing Round 2 and the Final on Sunday afternoon, after a tough off in Round 1. LaVallee went to a nearby ER for an examination and found a punctured lung and fractured ribs. LaVallee was released from the hospital on Monday and is expected to return to riding within a couple of weeks.


Pro Lite Rider, Andy Lieders had a perfect day of racing on Saturday, sweeping his qualifiers and taking the top spot on the podium in the Pro Lite #1 Final. Going into Sunday, Lieders was sitting 3rd overall in the Pro Lite Points standings, but after a tough crash in Round 1, Lieders was unable to compete the rest of the day. Lieders finished the year at an excellent overall 5th place.


“It’s been a great year for Team LaVallee. We learned a lot and each rider steadily improved throughout the season and our sleds kept getting stronger. I am so proud of the entire team on another awesome season in the books. Looking forward to seeing what the next year has in store for us!” - Levi LaVallee (Co-Owner/Racer, Team LaVallee)




Pro Round 15, 16, 17(LaVallee)

Round 1: 6th Round 2: 5th LCQ: 3rd Final: 10th

Round 1: 5th Round 2: 6th LCQ: — Final:13th

Round 1: 8th Round 2: DNS LCQ: — Final: —


Pro Round 15, 16, 17 (Pallin)

Round 1: 3rd Round 2: 3rd LCQ: — Final: 4th

Round 1: 1st Round 2: 2nd LCQ: — Final: 7th

Round 1: 1st Round 2: 2nd LCQ: — Final: 4th


Pro Round 15, 16, 17 (Scott)

Round 1: 5th Round 2: 4th LCQ: — Final: 9th

Round 1: 3rd Round 2: 7th LCQ: — Final: 11th

Round 1: 6th Round 2: 3rd LCQ: — Final: 13th


Pro Lite #1 & #2 (Lieders)

Round 1: 1st Round 2: 1st LCQ: — Final: 1st

Round 1: 2nd Round 2: DNS LCQ: — Final: —



Kyle Pallin: Breakout Star Award

Kyle Pallin: Pro Open 3rd / Levi LaVallee: Pro Open 10th / Jake Scott: Pro Open 11th / Andy Lieders: Pro Lite 5th



Episode 15: Nielsen Enterprises Grand Finale April 6, 2014 @ 10:00 AM ET / CBS Sports Network

Episode 16: Nielsen Enterprises Grand Finale April 6, 2014 @ 10:30 AM ET / CBS Sports Network

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