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Our Indie & Indie Twin have been nominated Finalists in the Most Versatile All Terrain Stroller & Easiest Double Stroller categories in the 2016 Cribsie Awards presented by StrollerTraffic & TheBabyGuyDen!!
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Learn more about the most versatile all terrain stroller Indie here, https://www.bumbleride.com/strollers/indie .
Learn more about the easiest double stroller Indie Twin here, https://www.bumbleride.com/strollers/indie-twin .
Baby Gizmo recently reviewed our Indie 4 here, http://blog.babygizmo.com/2014/05/baby-gizmo-spotlight-review-bumbleride-indie-4-stroller/ and wanted to provide a comparison video for expectants and parents deciding between Indie and Indie 4. Watch the video below to learn more about the biggest differences. Which model would best fit your family’s lifestyle? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below!
You can find the full review here, http://blog.babygizmo.com/2014/05/bumbleride-indie-vs-bumbleride-indie-4-comparison-video/ .
“Description: An agile all terrain stroller suitable for jogging or maneuvering around the city.” -Baby Center Editors
Baby Center recently reviewed our Indie jogging stroller! Their editor’s had a hard time imagining a better stroller to deal with life’s bumps in the road thanks to “its spacious seat and generous length” and “…because it weighs only about 20 pounds, and has a swiveling front wheel, it’s also an adept city stroller.”!
Editor’s appreciated the lockable front swivel wheel, large sun canopy with SPF protection and the included universal infant adapter, which they noted most stroller manufacturer’s do not include as standard.
Read the whole review here, http://www.babycenter.com/103_bumbleride-indie_10392526.bc .
Tales of a Mountain Family recently put Indie to the test around their home in Yellowstone National Park . Here are a few of the highlights from their review:
“We love to share our gear and let others test and report back to us too. Here’s what Wendie and her 6 month old daughter (about 13 pounds) thought of it:”
“I was very impressed by how adjustable/customizable this stroller was. It was very easy to snap into place, and it had a lot of “bells and whistles” that I loved. It handled well during our 3-mile run which was mostly on pavement, and Alex was still smiling when we finished. For someone who wants one piece of equipment to serve as both an everyday stroller and a jog stroller, I think it has a lot to offer. I wouldn’t take it out running on gravel roads or overly rough surfaces, but I think I would be fine running with it on a smoother trail system (i.e. finely crushed gravel).”
Read the entire review here, http://talesofamountainmama.com/review/bumbleride-indie-stroller-review.