The World's Fastest Indian

The World’s Fastest Indian Movie: An Incredible Movie of All-time

The World’s Fastest Indian movie is a biographical sport drama film released on February 3, 2006 in the United States of America. It is based on a New Zealand speed bike racer, Burt Munro, riding an Indian Scout motorcycle. The movie was written and directed by Roger Donaldson while the film stars was Anthony Hopkins among others.

In the late 1950s all the way to the 1960s Munro arrives to Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah interested in taking part in the annual Speed Week, a project organized to raise money. He had spent a number of years tinkering with an old Indian motorcycle with an engine less than 1000cc. In Utah, millionaires got sponsorship from big companies to participate in the race, but none of them had seen anything like Munro’s amazing machine. He was late to register for the race by two weeks making the officials turn him away. On inspecting his machine, they were however amazed.

The machine lacked brakes, tread on tires and he did not have a fire suit. They were wondering why they should allow him to risk his life by participating in the race. A mare show of sportsmanship made a number of other competitors and fans intervened and he ended up in the race. After beating his various challenges, he ended up setting a new record by reaching 324.847 km/h (201.851 mph) at his 8th mile. The exhaust burnt his leg, falls and skids to stop with the bike. He makes a trip back home to New Zealand a hero.

The World’s Fastest Indian movie has been watched by millions of people in the United States, Switzerland, Japan and New Zealand. It has also been able to attract a significant number of viewers from the rest of the world. At the New Zealand box-office, it took in $7,043,000 and over US$18, 297,690 worldwide. It is definitely an incredible movie to watch.

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The World’s Fastest Indian Movie: An Incredible Movie of All-time

The World’s Fastest Indian movie is a biographical sport drama film released on February 3, 2006 in the United States of America. It is based on a New Zealand speed bike racer, Burt Munro, riding an Indian Scout motorcycle. The movie was written and directed by Roger Donaldson while the film stars was Anthony Hopkins among others.

In the late 1950s all the way to the 1960s Munro arrives to Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah interested in taking part in the annual Speed Week, a project organized to raise money. He had spent a number of years tinkering with an old Indian motorcycle with an engine less than 1000cc. In Utah, millionaires got sponsorship from big companies to participate in the race, but none of them had seen anything like Munro’s amazing machine. He was late to register for the race by two weeks making the officials turn him away. On inspecting his machine, they were however amazed.

The machine lacked brakes, tread on tires and he did not have a fire suit. They were wondering why they should allow him to risk his life by participating in the race. A mare show of sportsmanship made a number of other competitors and fans intervened and he ended up in the race. After beating his various challenges, he ended up setting a new record by reaching 324.847 km/h (201.851 mph) at his 8th mile. The exhaust burnt his leg, falls and skids to stop with the bike. He makes a trip back home to New Zealand a hero.

The World’s Fastest Indian movie has been watched by millions of people in the United States, Switzerland, Japan and New Zealand. It has also been able to attract a significant number of viewers from the rest of the world. At the New Zealand box-office, it took in $7,043,000 and over US$18, 297,690 worldwide. It is definitely an incredible movie to watch.