Last week I gave you some gossip concerning Bumbleride and their possible plans for an umbrella stroller. So this seemed like a good time to tell you a little more about this company and their strollers.
Bumbleride strollers are simple and sporty yet they have a look that's all their own. I think their unique color combinations and prints really make them stand out from the crowd. Also, I really like the look of their canopies. Similar to the Bugaboo Bee, the canopy on these strollers is an important aspect of the design.
Let's talk about the Indie Stroller. It's their "off roading" stroller, great for pushing across a soccer field, a gravel parking lot, or just your neighborhood sidewalk. Weighing in at only 20 lbs, it's also very comfortable to push. The anodized aluminum frame and air-filled tires are what keep it so light.
This stroller is easy and comfortable to maneuver no matter what the terrain. It has a 360 degree swiveling front wheel that can also be locked in place. It also has rear suspension, a height-adjustable handle from 32-45", a large storage basket and a removable cup holder.
A five point adjustable safety harness, infant headrest, and shoulder pads will keep baby comfortable no matter what terrain you tackle. The seat also has four recline positions as well as removable and washable fabric. The large canopy is adjustable and features a viewing window so you can keep an eye on your baby or you can just zip off the canopy and leave it at home.
The Bumbleride Indie Stroller comes in five attractive colors: Ruby Red (my favorite, shown), Koa Brown, Seagrass, Spice, and Bwana. And if the Indie doesn't fit your lifestyle, check out their Queen B Stroller, which looks like a cross between a modern stroller and an old fashioned pram.