Minimalist design: Bika bike rack by Killwood

Bika is the first sustainable bike rack crafted from pine beetle kill wood.

Introducing the Bika by Killwood, the first sustainable bike rack crafted from pine beetle kill wood and is designed to showcase the bike as a display centerpiece in any space.

Killwood only uses wood from trees that have been affected by the pine beetle epidemic, which has devastated portions of forests in British Columbia, where Killwood is based. Bika’s kill wood surfaces are, therefore, uniquely marked by nature, featuring distinctive blue streaks. The minimalist design highlights the beauty of the wood.



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