|A.K.A.||Heinz Mueller, Heinz Muller|
|Was||Athlete Sport cyclist|
|Birth||16 September 1924, Tuningen, Germany|
|Death||25 September 1975, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany (aged 51 years)|
Heinz Müller (16 September 1924 – 25 September 1975) was a German road bicycle racer who won the UCI Road Cycling World Championship in 1952. He also won the German National Road Race in 1953.
1949 – Bauer 1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour 4th, National Road Race Championship 1950 – Bauer 8th, Overall, Deutschland Tour Winner Stages 7 & 15 1951 – Bauer, Adria 1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour 1952 – Bauer, Tebag World Road Race Champion 1st, Köln Classic 4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour Winner Stages 5, 9b & 11 1953 – Bauer, Tigra, La Perle Germany Road Race Champion 1st, Stage 5, Tour du Sud-Est 1st, Stuttgart 3rd, National Sprint Championship 3rd, Overall, Deutsches Dreitagerennen Winner Stage 1 4th, Overall, Midi Libre 1954 – Tebag 1st, GP Herperdorsfer 1955 – Tebag, Rabeneick, Bismarck 1st, GP Express 4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour Winner Stages 5 & 7 5th, National Road Race Championship 1956 – Bauer, Rabeneick 1st, GP Continental 3rd, National Road Race Championship 1957 – Altenburger, Feru, Fichtel & Sachs 1st, Köln Classic 1st, Stage 8, Tour de Suisse 3rd, National Madison Championship (with Walter Schurmann) 5th, National Road Race Championship 1958 – Altenburger, Feru, Molteni, Solo 1st, Berner Rundfahrt 1959 – Altenburger, Feru 1960 – Torpedo