I Tried Bumbleride’s First Running Stroller And It’s Winning https://t.co/XtZXdExUcw

I Tried Bumbleride’s First Running Stroller And It’s Winning https://t.co/XtZXdExUcw

Bumbleride, a stroller company started in 2004, recently debuted its first dedicated running stroller, Speed ($549, bumbleride.com). I tested the stroller on runs with my 2-year-old son (about 30 pounds) on flat and hilly paved streets and one trail to evaluate Speed’s design, features and performance. Design The stroller features “Speed3 steering,” which includes three steering modes for different paces—the front wheel locked for running, locked at 30 degrees for jogging, and unlocked 360-degree movement for walking. Though I personally prefer to run with the front wheel unlocked or just partially locked, it was easy to transition between steering modes. The Speed has a large foot break on the base of the stroller’s frame which makes for easy parking or quick stops at a slower pace, although it lacks a hand break that can be helpful when running hills. It also includes a ...

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