2010 Bumbleride Indie Twin
A short time ago we told you about the latest 2010 Bumbleride Indie jogging stroller. Now meet it’s pumped up brother, the 2010 Bumbleride Indie Twin. On opening the box, I gleefully assembled the stroller in a few short minutes. The first thing I did was to appreciate it’s beauty. The sleek and zesty appearance will really catch your eye and you’ll marvel at its lightweight welded tubular frame and the plush seat and canopy fabrics. The twin is essentially two single Indies joined at the hip with the only major difference being two front wheels instead of one.
The big air filled tires are quick release and will make for a smooth ride on any surface. The front wheels have a locking pin which will instantly transform the stroller into jogging mode. You’ll have no problem pushing this stroller along as the adjustable handlebar is wide.
This is a big stroller and it measures up at 29 inches wide. You may find you’ll have to fold it to negotiate through household doors, but luckily enough folding is easy. Simply pull up on the two handlebar catches and then over she’ll go. There are two built in carry handles which should make storage an easy affair and the twin will easily slot into the average car trunk. The giant net basket underneath will swallow up a weeks worth of groceries on those trips to the store and the the big foot brake will firmly secure the stroller to any surface. The back rests of both child seats are independently and infinitely adjustable and will lay flat if need be. Each footrest will adjust too and the 5 point harnesses will keep your kids secure.
The 2010 model provides an extended sun canopy and a UV safe mesh viewing window so you can see what your little ones are up to when pushing along. The rear of each canopy has a handy zip up pouch for stowage of keys and cash and lots of neat accessories come as standard. These include a tire pump, a full rain cover, infant bumper bars, a cup holder and a jogging strap. This super lightweight stroller weighs in at only 34 lbs and will accommodate two children up to a maximum of 45 lbs each. The stroller will also accept infant car seats from a range of manufactures including Peg Peregeo and Graco although only one may be used at a time.
Overall, this is a premium product and this is reflected in the price, but as the old saying goes, you get what you pay for. You can order online at Babyage.com. Priced at $679.99, the Seagrass variety is shown here.