Best Jogging Strollers – Motherly

Why it’s our fave: The most versatile stroller on our list, the Bumbleride Speed Jogging Stroller is one of the few on the market that you can take to out for a run on the beach and then meet up friends at a fancy brunch spot… all while looking super stylish. Comprised of soft, durable fabrics made 100% from recycled polyester—the brand is responsible for keeping more than half a million water bottles out of landfills since 2011—the Speed has the sleek brushed aluminum frame of a city stroller combined with the all-wheel suspension of a jogger. About those wheels! Created for a walk/jog/run lifestyle, the front 12-inch wheel can be locked forward for runs, locked at 30-degrees for a jog, or set to 360-degree swivel when walking about town. We also love the myriad pockets (the cellphone canopy zip is genius), the easy-access foot break and the standing fold. Oh, and that it has a matching bassinet and car seat adapters, making it an option for newborns, too. If you’re looking for a one-stop-shop stroller on day one with baby that functions just as well commuting as it does knocking out a 5k in record time, this is it.

More to know: Those aforementioned fabrics are also Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Class I certified to be free from harmful chemicals (including PVC & phthalate).”- Mother.ly

Thank you Motherly for naming Speed one of the best jogging strollers!

Read the entire article here.

Cabrillo Sunset 5k Recap

Indie Twin Double Stroller in Camp Green featured.

July 20, 2019

The Cabrillo Sunset 5k was good for the soul! We sponsored the 5k race along with other local businesses in our community. Team Bumbleride consisted of staff and family with our kids ranging from age 2 to 16 joining in to run/walk. The venue was picturesque and we definitely conquered the steep hill up from the tidepools with strollers and toddlers in tow.

Cabrillo National Monument located Point Loma, CA is San Diego’s only National Park. This beautiful National Park is Bumbleride’s neighbor and our contributions and participation in this race support many incredible programs that we value, including science and education for underprivileged kids.

The location offers expansive views of both San Diego’s harbor and skyline on one side and the open ocean on the other. It is a spectacular view from up there! Bumbleride sponsored their Sunrise 5k back in February of 2019 and when offered a sponsorship opportunity for the Sunrise 5k, we jumped at the chance. We love to support our local community, encourage the outdoors and be in the fresh air with family.

Hope you’ll join us next year! Learn more here when the next race date is announced.

Best Side By Side Double Stroller – Twiniversity Twinnie Awards

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“The first annual Best of Twiniversity Awards (aka “The Twinnies”) have been selected and we are thrilled to present them to you! 

Nearly 1,000 twin parents nominated their favorite products they have used and loved, with the products receiving the most mentions taking home the top prize. The Best of Twiniversity Awards 2019 list includes everything a parent could need for babies, growing toddlers, and for mom and dad too.

From twin strollers to car seats to diapers and more, the Best of Twiniversity Awards reflect the best of the best in parenting gear. Our readers have done all the work for you – it’s a list of recommendations from a best friend who’s been there, done that.”

Best Side-By-Side Stroller – Bumbleride Indie Twin

About Twiniversity

Reaching over 2 million families a year in over 150 countries, Twiniversity is the largest global resource for all things “twinnie”. With worldwide recognition in her field, founder Natalie Diaz brings her twin parenting expertise to the online resource, including  parent to parent forums, live and online expecting twins classes, social media channels, and her bestselling book “What To Do When You’re Having Two“, the #1 bestseller on Amazon for Twins & Multiples Parenting. For more information, visit Twiniversity.com

Trail Runner Magazine – All Terrain Strollers

All-Terrain Strollers

“A stroller that can handle a variety of surfaces and speeds.

As with most things baby related, it’s hard to know what you need until the little one has arrived. But trail runners will know at least one thing for certain: They’ll want a stroller they can run with. Your choice of ride can be the difference between a blissful jaunt with your beloved and a cry-filled slog that can’t end soon enough.

In testing running strollers over the last six months, we came to terms with the fact that bombing down some of our favorite technical, singletrack trails was just not going to happen with a baby. But the right stroller will keep you moving on packed dirt, gravel paths and mellow trails.”

2017 Bumbleride Speed

Price:  $550

Weight: 26 lbs

Child Weight Max: 65 lbs

“The Bumbleride is well-made, versatile and durable—a piece of equipment you’ll be able to use for some time. It navigates easily on all types of surfaces, and has excellent suspension and a clean, sleek look.

The company touts it as being eco-friendly—the Speed is made partly of recycled water bottles and is free of chemicals like PVC and phthalates. That may contribute to the price, which is well above other comparable options.

With the front wheel locked—a feature many running strollers offer to increase stability when moving at faster speeds—this stroller can seem heavy, especially when pushing it uphill. But when the wheel is on swivel, it’s smooth and easy to push, making for a comfortable ride for both runner and baby.

The storage is spacious and easy to get into, and the canopy has more coverage than many other strollers, making it good for unexpected rain showers. The fabric is thick and durable, but can make for a sweaty baby on hot summer days. A couple of bonus features: it comes with a bell, so you can let people know when you’re running up behind them, and it has a small zippered pocket for your phone and keys.”

Learn more about Speed.

Read Trail Runner’s trail tips here.