Today I’m partnering with Bugaboo.
If you know me, you know I do a lot of running. Not all of them are super ultra competitive miles these days. Most are a way of getting out, staying active and just having fun. After all, that’s where the idea of National Stroller Running Day came from. So I knew when I had the chance I had to try the new Bugaboo Runner and see if could fit in to our fitness time.
The Bugaboo Runner is sleek, stylish and if you’re a Bugaboo owner already you will how it integrates into your existing product. The Bugaboo Runner is compatible with the Bugaboo Bee, Bugaboo Bee 3, Cameleon3, Buffalo and Donkey.
The Bugaboo was quick to snap into place which is great if you have squirmy little ones and I love that this stroller let’s the kids and I face each other on our runs. Imagine being able to see and have a conversation with your running buddy. E is at the top of the weight limit max (37 lbs) so this will definitely be a toy MiniE and I play with in the future.
E and I took our new wheels on a little stroll to see if it could hold up to our abuse. It handled him well. I loved that the handle adjusted so I could see him unobstructed. E appreciated that the hood came down completely over his eyes. It is definitely a nice feature if you’re out in the summer heat. We got a LOT of compliments on it at the park.
After a few outdoor exercise, E was ready to go. So we took off for home. An important design note…the front wheel IS fixed which gives it a super smooth ride but does make turning a little difficult if you’re not use to it.
Once we got home, E jumped out and I quickly removed the seat and fold up the frame. Luckily it’s sleek design didn’t take up much room in our garage since Scott is running out of ways to squeeze more into our cramped space.
Overall the stroller was extremely well designed and built. It looked great on the trails and fit in well to our routine. I know the front stationary wheel is a personal preference so if you love that feature, this stroller is FOR YOU!
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I was compensated for this post but all opinions are my own.