When someone is going for a cycle-based land speed record, they really don’t need to be staring forward and thus boosting drag effects.
Today’s invention is a way to help such record breaking attempts.
The rider adopts a face-down position as shown.
A micro projector, attached to the frame and fed with imagery from a tiny camera, facing forward, shows a picture on the ground of where the machine is headed, together with real-time data about current position on the course and the pacing required for that stage of the run.
It might even display motivational messages or imagery.