Two brothers clean pools for a living while they dream of becoming professional motorcycle racers. When the older, more responsible one (Steve Howey) gets a job driving for an up-and-coming cycle company, it spurs resentment in the younger (Mike Vogel), who is brash and reckless but is the better rider of the two. This is the kind of unpretentious B movie that used to play drive-ins and small towns after being shot on a budget of about $25,000. Ken Solarz and Bart Baker’s script keeps dialogue to a minimum and avoids making too many demands on the good-looking cast (a voice-over narration by Vogel fills in holes in the story). The cinematography has the cheap, washed-out look of old home movies, but director Steve Boyum provides some exciting race footage to pass the time.