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Indi 200 & Valerie Thompson, Record Holders, Guests on Monkey Butt Radio
Indi 200, Inline Speed Record Holder, and Valerie Thompson, World Land Speed Record Holder, Will Be Interviewed Live, On Air, January 28 at 6pm MST
Indi 200 and Thompson, known as “Beauty and the Beast,” will be attempting a world record of 200 mph together at the Wild Horses Motorpark on Wednesday, January 29, at 2pm MST.
Thompson got her start racing motorcycles in the All Harley Drag Racing Association. Her current bike is a 2012 BMW S 1000 RR. Indi 200 is known for his stunts and racing on inline skates behind motorcycles and cars.
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About Monkey Butt Radio
Monkey Butt Radio, featured on Vets on Media internet radio, is hosted by two Harley riding, former Marines, whose love for motorcycles is only superseded by their love of veterans and the American way. Always outspoken and direct, taking a no-holds barred approach to the things that matter to the biker community. With over a million miles in the saddle between them, monkey butt is something they both have experienced before. Grumpy Mike is the owner of a local independent bike shop. He is also an advocate for motorcycle rights, so much that he pondered attending law school to become a lobbyist for motorcycle organizations. The other half of the duo is Mikey Biggus. A former Harley-Davidson test rider now residing in Glendale with his beautiful wife and pack of rescue animals, he still likes putting miles on his Street Glide. While they both have a pure passion for motorcycles, they participate in different ways and giving back to the motorcycle community.
About Vets on Media
Vets on Media was founded in 2012 as a means to discuss veteran issues over internet radio in an open forum. Vets on Media is evolving into a gateway for the voices of America’s own to be heard. Entertainment includes content ranging from comedy, to sports, spirituality, and even content for the DYI types. Programming is available via streaming over the Internet and download through the Apple iTunes platform. To learn more about Vets on Media and its internet radio programming, visit: http://www.vetsonmedia.com/