Mother of three seeks paced bicycle land speed record

MIRA MESA, Calif. -- Denise Mueller, a CEO and mother of three sons, plans to break the men's Paced Bicycle Land Speed record by cycling 167 miles per hour in the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah this September.
However, if the 42-year-old paces herself over 90 miles per hour, she will automatically set a women's record in the sport.
In order to hit those top speeds, Mueller will ride behind a Range Rover Sport SUV with a  special fairing on the back end that allows the wind to be buffeted and assist her single gear bike to reach maximum speeds under her leg strength as well.
For more information and to support Denise Mueller, go to TheProjectSpeed.com.