The 10 Best Jogging Strollers – Bumbleride Speed

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“Stylishly crafted with eco materials this deluxe model comes with three front wheel settings taking you from walking to jogging to running and with a three-year guarantee, you’ll have peace of mind to pound the pavement. The 12″ front and 16” rear wheels provide rolling resistance for safety and help you to easily conquer obstacles.

The air filled tires can handle bumps and swerve along your route and the included pump ensures a flat will never stop you from getting out and about.

This luxury jogging stroller isn’t cheap, but at just 24 pounds it is a lightweight, quality product you can trust. The all-wheel suspension provides a smooth ride for your baby no matter how hard you run.” -Fiona Tapp, VeryWellFamily.com

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Competitor Running – Gear We Love: July – Speed Jogging Stroller

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From a roller made out of rope to speedy strollers, the editors share their favorite gear picks of the month:

“This new jogging stroller has about everything one could possibly want or need to go running with your kid. It folds and unfolds easily, has a great suspension, plenty of pockets and storage, a generous canopy that unfolds to block out the sun from almost any angle and time of day, a magnetic peekaboo window to keep a quick eye on your passenger, a breakaway seatbelt design that allows quick exits when meltdowns happen, water-bottle holders and thoughtful touches like a concealed, compact air pump that’s there if you need it. Maybe the coolest feature, though, is in the front fork. You can make it swivel fully, or swivel only partially so that it doesn’t dangerously spin out—or, it can lock forward for when you’re running faster speeds. And while other fixed-front-wheel jogging strollers will frustratingly veer left or right, this stroller’s fork has a micro-adjustment feature to make it roll straight and true with the turn of a knob. It rides solidly and smoothly, and is a rare pleasure to run with among jogging strollers. The only thing conspicuously absent is a handbrake; Bumbleride says it was kept off in order to save weight.” —Adam Elder, managing editor

Read the rest of their July favorites here. Learn more about Speed here.