This film was part of the 2017 Camden International Film Festival
The Fastest Ride (VR)
How fast can a person pedal a bicycle? Last September, cyclist Denise Mueller tried to answer that question. Her starting point was somewhere past 100 miles an hour.
Mueller traveled to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah with a customized bike and a Range Rover. Her support team included a professional race-car driver and her mentor, a 69-year-old former Olympic cyclist. They shared one goal: going fast.
Mueller’s high-risk sprints on the surreal landscape of Bonneville also merited another way of telling her story: virtual reality. Director Jessica Edwards captures Mueller’s feat in 360-degree virtual reality, from her training in California to her attempt to set the land-speed record on a bicycle.
|Title:||The Fastest Ride (VR)|
|Producer:||Gary Hustwit, Jarrard Cole, Jessica Edwards|
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