When I was young I loved ‘Hearth of darkness’, an adventure novel by Joseph Conrad. Francis Ford Coppola got inspiration by it for his special movie on the Viet Nam war ‘Apocalypse now’, released in 1972, when I was still a student. That movie lasted in my heart (like darkness). The initial cut with the helicopter ready to throw napalm on the people behind, early in the morning, with the wonderful and still distressing song ‘The end’ by The Doors, is still in my memory e in the movie history. This bike ‘camouflage’ is done also to remind me that the war, always and everywhere, is the less appropriate solution even to the worst conflict.