Summary: We received this stroller as a very generous gift from my mother in law. It handles beautifully and our daughter is comfortable in even at 8 weeks old. The only thing I wish it had is a handle bar that enabled us to be able to make her front facing or rear facing. I think she would tolerate stroller rides longer if she could see us.
Summary: We bought our Indie used and have absolutely LOVED It!
It handles like a dream! Awesome for all terrain or jogging. Also it looks really nice!
The only thing I don't like is that the recline is a strap recline! I wish it was a bar recline because the strap can be tricky to do and gets stuck easily.
Other then that I LOVE LOVE LOVE this stroller! I just wish you can add a second seat to it!
Summary: I researched strollers for the last 5 months of my pregnancy before deciding on the Bumbleride Indie. The reasons I chose it was because I knew what I wanted and it had everything I wanted: car seat adapter, perfect for jogging, smooth ride for all surfaces, a higher range of weight capacity, and a cool hip look. (not to mention a feeling of safety for my son) Cut to me getting it home. The color was exactly as I exptected.
Summary: We had the BOB Revolution for about 10 months but sold it and bought the 2007 Bumbleride Indie in spring 2008. Both strollers have their strengths and weaknesses. The BOB seems really well made, it was extremely easy to assemble out of the the box, and overall felt very solid on smooth or bumpy ground.
Summary: Great stroller! Very lightweight, great for newborn and handles smoothly. Storage is better than our travel system stroller and cup holder can hold a variety of water bottle sizes. We bought this because it fit our Chicco Keyfit 30 car seat and has been easy to use with the car seat. I am not a serious runner, but use it daily for walking/jogging short distances and it has thus far held up extremely well- the option to lock the front wheel has been great.