Excerpt: The Indie from Bumbleride is a premium jogging stroller versatile enough for everyday use. The lightest in its category, it weighs in at just over 22 pounds. The Indie is a pleasure to run with, providing a smooth ride for both parent and child.
Pros: Shock absorbent, Easy to maneuver, Easy to clip in baby, Great to jog with
Excerpt: The Indie 4 from Bumbleride is a rugged traditional stroller. It features large air-filled tires perfect for off-road adventures. However, its sturdiness comes at a cost — added weight (22 pounds), and our consumer testers felt the Indie 4 was difficult to carry when folded.
Pros: Shock absorbent, Adjustable handles, Easy to maneuver, Easy to clip in baby
Cons: Difficult to carry when folded, Tricky to assemble
Excerpt: New to the UK from the US, the BumbleRide is the perfect town-to-country buggy - truly all-terrain. It's robust enough, with its big pneumatic wheels and great suspension, to handle woods and parkland in even the wettest and muddiest of conditions.
Pros: Robust, big pneumatic wheels, great suspension, lightweight design, carry cot doubles up as bassinet
Cons: Wide wheels take a little to to adjust too, opaque rain cover, no padded lining in carry cot
Excerpt: With it’s three air-filled tires & front swivel wheel, the Indie goes over tree roots, grass, & rocks smoothly. It has great rear suspension, which makes it a very smooth ride for my baby. After only pushing the stroller a couple blocks, my baby was fast asleep.
Summary: The Indie is light enough to be used as an everyday stroller and fits well into a standard sedan boot. I found it easier to load it in with wheels on the top which is upside down to what is intuitive but it does make the stroller slide in much easier.
Pros: Light and agile, Multi position recline including flat position, Huge hood, Huge shopping basket
Cons: Snack Pack (optional accessory) must be removed before folding.