Excerpt: The Flyer locks automatically when you fold it up, comes with a small pocket for keys and a cell phone, and has handy wheels that swivel
Pros: Easy to push over pavement, Front and back wheels swivel, All four wheels have brakes, Self-locking fold, Stable—in tests, the stroller tipped backwards when we loaded the handlebars with 58 pounds
Cons: Difficult to push over sand, gravel and uneven terrain, The brakes are a bit too thin, which could make it difficult to engage them, To fold down the stroller, you need two hands and must bend over, The hood is tough to fold
Conclusion: There is no doubt that the BumbleRide Flyer is a top of the line stroller for those of you looking for that reversible-handle pram functionality, plush seating, top-notch durability, and the increased versatility afforded by the height-adjustable handle and universal infant carrier adaptor. But if you're looking for a stroller that's little and lightweight, look elsewhere, as this stroller is neither little nor lightweight.
Excerpt: Key FeaturesStroller TypeStandardNumber of SeatsSingle SeatHarness Points5-PointRecline Fea... Key FeaturesStroller TypeStandardNumber of SeatsSingle SeatHarness Points5-PointRecline Fea... I am extremely happy with my 2006 Bumbleride Ruby Flyer. The moment I received it I knew it would make me just as happy as the 2005 model had initially. It is sturdy. It is roomy. The fabric is durable and easy to clean.