The bicycle as means of transport in everyday life and for long journeys. Wheels and pedals, still and moving between light and shadow, along a road where the bike becomes an imaginary instrument for observing the world. The bicycle as a tool to balance space and time is the subject told by Enrico Caracciolo in this collection of images that, in silence, seem to give light to the words of Herbert George Wells was fond of saying that "Every time I see an adult on a bicycle,
I no longer despair for the future of the human race". Each picture opens to the imagination, meditation, and observation and tells the simple metaphor created by the genius of Albert Einstein: "Life is like a bicycle, if you want to stay in balance you have to move".