They probably could have picked a better title for this movie, but it's an excellent film.
The title references an Indian motorcycle and recounts the waning years of the life of Burt Munro, a New Zealander, who at the age of 68 visited Bonneville for the first time, riding a 1920 Indian he had modified. Portrayed by Anthony Hopkins, Burt is a captivating character of unusual vision, focus and fortitude. (Apparently it's an accurate portrayal; reportedly his children wept at times when watching Mr. Hopkins on the set.) It's a little to slow to develop, but quite enjoyable for all of it's 2:07 length.
While I think motorcycle enthusiasts generally will enjoy it, I've also taken a couple of folks to see it who have no interest in motorcycling (or cars) and they loved it as well. If you have an interest in things mechanical, you'll also find more than a few things that will make you smile and sometimes nod along in wonder.
Unfortunately, since it's an independent film it's in very
limited release, so you may have to work at it to find it. (For example, here in the bay area, population near 8 million, there are exactly two theaters showing it.) However, it's worth the effort to go see it. The scenery and cinematography make it worth seeing on the big screen, too, so don't just wait for the DVD. [:)]
I was surprised that it was rated PG-13; maybe I'm just desensitized, as there are a couple of scenes that might bother the most prudish out there, but no nudity or profanity, so I thought it would be fine for all ages, although smaller kids (probably less than 10-11) will probably be bored by it all. Heck, let them watch "Nanny McPhee" while you enjoy this one. [;)]
If you'd like more info, here's the link to imdb: