“Bumbleride has created the Speed for parents who wish to run, jog and walk with their little ones. The Bumbleride Speed is a three-wheeled sporty pushchair with performance at the heart of its design, and an interesting environmentally friendly twist thrown into the mix as well.
+ Large seat size, large hood, high weight limit, easy fold, good basket size, practical
– No hand brake for running
Bumbleride has created the Speed for parents who wish to run, jog and walk with their little ones. The Bumbleride Speed is a three-wheeled sporty pushchair with performance at the heart of its design, and an interesting environmentally friendly twist thrown into the mix as well.
The Bumbleride Speed is a real sportsman’s pram. All of the features, although not lavish or luxurious, work really well. The large seat, as well as the fact it can be used with a carrycot, means you will get true value for money and length of use out of the Speed.
We found this pushchair to be a real performer and, although it has modest looks, the environmentally friendly fabrics are a winner.”
“You need a stroller that has a smooth ride, an adjustable handle, a front wheel that can swivel or lock in place, and one that’s lightweight enough to lift up and put in your trunk. This one delivers. It’s also easy to clean, has great sun coverage for your child, and a five-point breakaway harness along with a bar to hold the child in.” —Sara Haley, pre- and postnatal fitness expert @sarahaleyfit of http://sarahaley.com/.
“But first, let me provide a little background on my stroller experiences. When I was pregnant I registered for the BOB Revolution SE and my wonderful Santa Cruz running friends got me one (thank you!). I literally did no research, it was the only running stroller brand I know about and I liked the navy blue. My real advice is do some research, the Bumbleride may not be your dream stroller – maybe it’s the BOB or another great ride. But find out what is important to you in a stroller and then pick one. That’s my real regret but such is life. Anyway, we didn’t use the stroller until miniKEG was 8 weeks old because I didn’t bother with a carseat adapter (she was content hanging in the carrier with mom or dad) and I didn’t run with her until she had good neck and core support – about 5 months. But once I started running, I found some of the limitations the BOB Revolution SE posed for me. The handlebar was too short and caused me back pain and because this was our only stroller, it came with us everywhere and I found the BOB to be long and cumbersome at times. The other irk for me was the basic undercarriage of the stroller was hard to get stuff in and out of (remember I do a lot of errand running). When my running buddy/partner in crime, Connie, got the Bumbleride I was immediately jealous: I loved the color, the design, and the adjustable handlebar. Fast forward a couple months, and I, too, had the Bumbleride (thanks Erin!)”…..Read More.
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The sleek new Speed from Bumbleride transitions easily amongst varied terrains and activity levels, and offers a smooth ride with all-wheel suspension. Plus, there’s a travel pump for the tires, plenty of pockets, and even a bell. $549, available for pre-order at bumbleride.com.