Watch: Snowmobile daredevil breaks record with 412-foot jump

If you've ever wondered what it might be like to take a record-breaking jump off a ramp on a snowmobile, check out this video.

The Pioneer Press reports Levi LaVallee of Longview, Minn. holds a new world record after becoming the first person to ever jump more than 400 feet on a snowmobile or dirt bike.

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Minnesota daredevil getting national attention for record attempt

Levi LaVallee of Longville, Minnesota, is a championship pro snowmobile racer planning to set a world record for a snowmobile jump. According to the Pioneer Press, the nearly 400-foot record attempt is giving LaVallee some national attention with appearances on "Good Morning America" and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." The 29-year-old central Minnesota daredevil is set to make the jump on New Year's Eve in the San Diego harbor. You can watch the spectacle live on ESPN at 10 p.m.

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