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Tobo Track creative toy train car track

Finally, a revolution in car/train tracks

Tobo Track is an exciting new way to build roads and tracks for toy cars and trains. Each set comes with multiple identical pieces that can be joined together in hundreds of ways to create a track that goes anywhere you want it to. Every hexagonal piece has a straight section, a curved section and an intersection – and can be connected to any edge of any other piece. It's a fun way to be creative while playing with toy cars and trains. Tobo Track was designed in Canada and is manufactured in the USA.



Tobo PlayShare adapter connects Thomas Train Friends, Brio, Lego and more.

Toys should play together

The innovative new PlayShare Adapter multiplies the fun by connecting Tobo Track directly to other wonderful toys that your kids already have. Wooden tracks like Thomas and Brio, as well as plastic bricks like Lego and Megablocks, can become a connected part of the Tobo Track network. We teach our kids to play together, so why shouldn't their toys? 



How to build Tobo Track - Animation

The possibilities are unlimited

To play with Tobo Track just connect pieces together to make a track for any toy car or train (like Hot-Wheels, Matchbox, Brio, Thomas and Friends, and more…). Any edge can connect to any other edge – there's no wrong way to play! Handmade wooden toy cars comes with each set, so its ready to play with straight out of the box.

There are hundreds of possible track shapes and configurations. Your child can create long winding roads, figure eights, large loops... and many more shapes. The possibilities are unlimited!




Tobo Track is made from recycled wood.

Smart materials for healthy and creative playtime

Whoa! Injection molded wood that contains NO plastics! Not even any plastic binders, epoxies, resins or glues. This is not your wood-plastic-composite patio deck stuff. This is truly something new. We didn't develop this material, but we sure knew that kids toys would be the perfect place to use it. This material could be the answer we've all been looking for to reduce the use of plastic and the dependency on oil that it perpetuates.