Big things happened at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah this weekend, when the Project Speed Team powered by Cylance and cyclist Denise Mueller, set a Guinness World Book Record as the Fastest Paced Woman on a Bicycle. At the time of this writing, Denise has already set a record run of 147.75 mph, with more runs ahead of her!
Watch the record-setting run here at on the Team Fire Cycle page at Facebook.
Denise, a self-acclaimed "adrenaline junkie," has been coached by three-time Olympian and member of the US Cycling Hall of Fame, John Howard, who set a record of 152 mph in 1985, riding behind a dragster car at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. The current record is 167 mph, set by Fred Rompleberg of the Netherlands in 1995. In three separate centuries, fewer than a dozen people have set a bicycle land speed record, and this is the first attempt to ever be made by a woman.