Design toys have been gaining more and more space not only in the children’s universe, but also with the adults in searches for novelties in design and decor.


It was what happened with Daniel Rubio, chilean architect who decided to invest his talent in a super creative business: Bicycles 100% wooden made that will make kids (and adults too!) freak out.


Called Jokos, the bicycles produced by Daniel do not have pedals, thus helping the little ones to develop balance, in addition to having adjustable seat that adapts to their growth.


The design of the bike is a highlight and remembers racing motorcycles from the 60’s. So if you enjoy vintage motorcycles, you will surely love the Jokos.


They are recommended for children from 2 to 5 years old and are for sale on the brand’s website. For those outside of Chile, the good news: They deliver to several countries!


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jokos bike

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Flavia Araujo

Flavia Araujo

Compulsive reader, tv series addicted, pet lover and probably the most curious person in the world.

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