Bumbleride Indie Twin Jogging Stroller

$839.00 - $869.00

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SKU:
BRINDTW
Recommended Usage:
From birth w/ lowest recline seat settings (no other attachments required), Bassinet or Car Seat.
Stroller Weight:
36lbs.
Maximum Capacity:
90lbs. combined
Dimensions for each seat:
12”W x 9”L (30cm W x 23cm L)
Standing/Unfolded:
47”L x 29.5”W x 26.5-45.5” H (119.5cm L x 75cm W x 67.3-115.5cm H)
Folded w/ Wheels:
32.5”L x 29.5”W x 13.5”H (83cm L x 75cm W x 34cm H)
w/o rear wheels 32.5”L x 29.5”W x 12”H (83cm L x 75cm W x 30cm H)
What's included:
Adjustable bumper bars, Air Pump, Wrist strap
Car Seat Compatibility (adapters sold separate):
Clek / Nuna / Maxi Cosi / Cybex (MNCT-03B and MNCT-04B). Compatible with: Clek Liing, Clek Liingo, Nuna Pipa Lite RX, Nuna Pipa Lite R, Nuna Pipa Lite LX, Nuna Pipa Lite, Maxi Cosi Mico Max Plus, Maxi Cosi Mico Max 30, Maxi Cosi Mico 30, Maxi Cosi Mi
Why we love it:
Built for all-terrain, infant-ready with no attachments, Eco fabric made from 100% recycled PET
Warranty:
3 years

Bumbleride Indie Twin Double Jogging Stroller

The Caravan. A responsible choice for the planet and a parent’s lifeline for multiple children, the Bumbleride Indie Twin double stroller gets you outside doing what you love. Beginning at birth and through toddlerhood, its side-by-side seat design allows you to customize for your little passengers with quick access to each. Have twins? Add dual car seats, dual bassinets or simply convert seats to infant mode with no attachments. Stay on the move with two. 

Bumbleride Indie Double Stroller

  • Narrow silhouette & smooth push on air-filled tires with all-wheel suspension
  • Quick, compact fold with auto-lock & standing stow
  • Spacious canopies offer ample sun coverage UPF 45+
  • PFC free durable water repellent (DWR free of PFOA, PFOS & PFASs)
  • Eco fabric made from 100% recycled PET* & OEKO-TEX certified (*black colorway uses innovative solution dye process that conserves approximately 25-40 gallons of water per stroller)
  • 25% of plastic components sourced from ocean plastics

Bumbleride Indie Twin Stroller

  • Recommended Use: Infant ready from birth with lowest recline seat settings (no other attachments required), Bassinet or Car Seat.
  • No Age/Weight minimum on lowest recline settings.
  • Standing/Unfolded: 47”L x 29.5”W x 26.5-45.5” H (119.5cm L x 75cm W x 67.3-115.5cm H)
  • Seat: 12”W x 9”L (30cm W x 23cm L)
  • Backrest (seat to top of backrest): 19”L x 12”W (48cm L x 30cm W)
  • Canopy (seat to top of canopy): 23” L (58cm L)
  • Footwell: 12”W x 11”L (30cm W x 28cm L)
  • Adjustable Handle Height: 26.5”-45.5”H (67.3-115.5cm H)
  • Shoulder Width: 12.5”W (32cm W)
  • Seat to Knee: 9”L (23cm L)
  • Knee to Footwell: 11”L (28cm L)
  • Width at Knee: 12”W (30cm W)
  • Upright Fold Height: 30.5”H x 13.5" W (77cm H x 34cm W)

Bumbleride Indie Twin Car Seat Compatibility

Car Seat adapters sold separately.

  • Clek Liing & Liingo
  • Nuna Pipa Series (Original, Lite, Lite LX, RX, Lite R)
  • Maxi Cosi Mico MAX Plus, Mico Max 30, Mico 30, Mico AP, Mico
  • Cybex Aton Q, Aton 2
  • Peg Pereco Primo Viaggio 4-35 Nido and 4-35 Standard infant car seats
  • Greco Snugride 35 Lite, 35 Lite XL, SnugRide Snuglock
  • Chicco Fit 2, Keyfit 35
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Reviews


Benefits of having a double jogging stroller

Double jogging strollers have become increasingly popular in recent years. They offer several benefits for parents, including:

-More balanced than single strollers

-More storage space

-Visible on the road, making them safer to use

There are many types of double jogging strollers on the market, and it can be tough to decide which one is right for you. That's why we've put together a list of the best jogging strollers from a variety of brands. So, whether you're looking for something lightweight and easy to maneuver or something that can handle any terrain, we've got you covered at KidsLand!

Types of Double Jogging Strollers

Casual Double Jogging Strollers

Most jogging strollers have storage space and padding, ideal for parents who do not want to lug a lot of gear. The only downside is that these features make the units unwieldy or too heavy for regular running.

Jogging strollers are great for everyday use. These strollers have sturdy and versatile features, which make them perfect for everyday errands. They are affordable, but only suited for casual runners or those who don't want to invest in more expensive joggers. Wide tracks on a jogging stroller make it easy to cross indoor spaces such as malls and commercial buildings without getting stuck on the ground or cumbersome furniture.

Double jogging strollers are the only type of stroller that can be carried on double jogging. Double jogging strollers should be lightweight, so they don't get stuck in passageways or doorways. They should also have big wheels, so they can maneuver over rough terrain.

Primary Use: Jogging with twins

Best for: Parents who want to jog regularly with their twins, but don't want to spend a lot of money on a double jogging stroller

Double jogging strollers are the most expensive type of jogger. They can cost anywhere from $300 to more than $1,500 for a quality model.

Serious Double Jogging Strollers

Double jogging strollers are perfect for serious runners, as they include extra safety features like reflective strips and handbrakes. They're easy to convert and use, crucial factors when you're in the middle of a workout. The best double jogging stroller for one-handed control is the Thule Urban Glide 2, while the Baby Trend Navigator Lite Double Jogger is a good, affordable model. If you're looking for something more high-end, the BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3 is perfect with its super-lightweight aluminum frame and padded handlebar grip. However, it's not ideal if you're just starting out or aren't very athletic - it's designed specifically for serious runners. Finally, the Bumbleride Indie Twin Stroller is a great budget option that still offers many features found on more expensive models. And if you want to jog with your dog by your side, consider the conversion kit - it transforms your bike into a stroller in seconds!

Enclosed Double Jogging Strollers

Double jogging strollers are specifically made for the parent and child to do side-by-side activities. They come with three or four wheels and an enclosed design, which is helpful for parents who suffer from disabilities such as autism. These strollers are best used in outdoor activities and during cold weather, but they still have their place even if they're not used every day.

Features to consider when shopping for a double jogging stroller

Weight capacity

When looking for a double jogging stroller, be sure to consider the weight capacity. Double jogging strollers are designed to hold a load of 165 pounds. This means that even if both your children are under the weight limit, they will still have plenty of room to grow. However, be aware that this number depends on the smoothness of your ride - the heavier your child and baby are, the less smoothly it will move. So if you're expecting twins or triplets that will quickly outgrow your model, avoid buying a double jogging stroller and invest in one that can grow with your family.

Dimensions

When shopping for a double jogging stroller, it is important to consider the weight capacity and the dimensions while open and while folded. The physical dimensions of a stroller can be adjusted to fit your needs if they are not fixed at the start. For example, some models have a full reclining seat, with two positions for each side (for example, an upright sitting position and a fully reclined sleeping position). If you want an adjustable size, consider the overall device instead of just one dimension.

Weight of stroller

When shopping for a double jogging stroller, weight and ease of maneuvering are key considerations. A lightweight unit is preferable, especially for those with lots of extra weight to carry. Aerodynamic and easy to maneuver are two qualities that should be sought after in any stroller meant for running purposes.

Foldability and folded dimensions

When shopping for a double jogging stroller, it is important to take the physical dimensions of the device into account. Not all strollers collapse flat, like pancakes, and some are more convenient than others. 

For example, an adjustable stroller is a great way to ensure that your children are not confined. A fixed-size stroller does not allow for adjusting the height or width of the device, which can be important for parents with tall or wide children. 

It is also important to consider the height of the stroller when shopping for a double jogging model – especially if you plan on storing it in a small space. Some models are heavier than others and may be difficult to move around. Weigh all these factors against your needs to find the best double jogging stroller for you!

Stroller wheels

Make sure your jogging stroller has swivel front wheels with the ability to lock. This will help you maneuver better on uneven terrain.

If you plan on using your jogging stroller off-road, don't forget that it needs to handle a variety of terrains. All-terrain tires are best for this type of use. Some parents recommend their jogging strollers have an adjustable handle height for easy use and comfort when running or walking.

Reflective strips on the wheels make you more visible at night.

Parking mechanisms and brakes

When shopping for a double jogging stroller, it is important to consider the features of the stroller. One such feature is the parking and braking mechanisms. A good indicator of the quality of a jogger is the presence of both a handbrake and a parking brake. The parking mechanism should be able to support inclines with ease. Make sure your stroller can stop at any point during a jog without rolling away, with the capability to park on flat and inclined surfaces with ease.

The Baby Jogger has a great price point and is light enough for running on trails. The BOB gear is expensive but has an amazing braking system, while the Baby Trend is relatively cheaper but still offers an amazing braking system. If you're looking for a double jogging stroller, consider the Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger.

If you want to jog with your children and need a double jogger, we recommend the Bumbleride Indie Twin Jogging Stroller. It's important that these two products have excellent brakes because when pushing two children in one, there's more weight that needs to be stopped quickly if necessary.

Stroller reclining positions

When shopping for a double jogging stroller, one feature to consider is the ability to recline the seats. This is important because it allows both children to rest comfortably while you're out and about. Reclining the seats also helps keep them safe and secure during your jog.

Some double jogging strollers offer two reclining positions, which is ideal for when one child needs to sleep and the other wants to stay awake. Having this option means that you won't have to stop your jog every time one of your children falls asleep.

Seat belts

When purchasing a double jogging stroller, be sure to check the seat belt system. The belt should strap over the shoulders, down the torso and meet a leg strap. This will ensure that both children are securely fastened in place.

At $300 - $1,500 price tag, twin jogging stroller may seem expensive at first glance but is made of durable materials that will last for years. 

External construction and interior comfort

When shopping for a double jogging stroller, it's important to consider both the external construction and the interior comfort. A good stroller should be tough on the outside and soft on the inside, to provide a smooth ride for your children. Additionally, it's important to find a fast-moving stroller that won't become uncomfortable for whoever is inside if it hits regular lumps and bumps. 

The premium Bumbleride Indie Twin jogging stroller has padded seats and buckles, which will help make your kids comfortable for long trips. Plus, the interior is designed so that even in the sun, your children are protected from harsh UV rays. The stroller is also equipped with a canopy, which will provide shade for any time of day or night!

Car seat compatibility

When looking for a double jogging stroller, it is important to consider the car seat compatibility. The stroller can accommodate two car seats at a time without compromising on mobility. Other features of the Bumbleride Indie Twin stroller include a fully mobile seat that can be adjusted up or down and can also carry your child facing forward or backwards. 

Some jogging strollers have a drive system which allows you to lock the front wheels so you can use it with your car seat automatically. Be sure to check this feature out before purchasing, as it could make life much easier for parents on-the-go.

Stroller Warranty

When shopping for a double jogging stroller, it's important to consider the warranty. Warranties are typically longer for this type of specialized item, so be sure to ask about them when you make your purchase. You can find information about the warranty on our KidsLand website or ask for these details directly from the brand customer support. 

How to Choose a Double Jogging Stroller

Your Child's Age

There are different milestones and skills that children achieve at different ages. Here is a general guideline of what to expect from your child at different stages in their life:

0-1 years old:

During this time, babies learn how to communicate with gestures and sounds. They will start recognizing familiar faces and begin exploring the world around them.

2-3 years old:

At this age, toddlers will learn more words and start using them correctly. They will also be able to understand simple instructions.

4-5 years old:

Preschoolers will develop their reading, writing, and math skills during this time. They will also be able to cooperate with others better.

5-6 years old:

This is the age when children start to develop their gross motor skills. They will be able to run and jump, and they may even have a few friends.

A twin jogging stroller like Bumbleride Indie Twin is intended primarily for the age group of 1-4 years old.

Parents will have to take regular breaks when jogging with a little one in the stroller, but they can use it as a traditional stroller for other purposes.

Where and How You'll Use Your Stroller

When choosing a double jogging stroller, you'll need to consider where and how you'll use it. For example, if you will mostly be walking, a regular or lightweight model should work just fine. However, if you're looking for something more durable that can handle rougher terrain, then the all-terrain model would be better suited for your needs.

Keep in mind that if you plan on using your stroller for long periods of time or on hilly terrain, the heavier-duty models might be more practical for you.

Bumbleride Indie Twin Jogging Stroller is perfect for those who want a stroller that can do it all. It has adjustable canopies, reclining seats, and locking wheels, making it perfect for both running and everyday use. The height of the handlebar is also adjustable, so shorter and taller users can easily push the stroller.

Your Budget

When choosing a double jogging stroller, it is important to consider your budget. While some models are more expensive than others, all of them have features that make them worth your investment. 

The Thule Urban Glide 2 is best for one-handed control and has great affordability. The Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger is great for serious runners, while the BOB Gear Revolution Flex 3, is suitable for serious runners and parents with an active lifestyle who are looking to get out of their car as much as possible. The Joovy Zoom X2 Double Jogging Stroller is the best budget model for serious runners. The CoPilot Model A Bicycle Trailer and Stroller Conversion Kit is a great option for triathletes and joggers who don't want to carry as much gear. The Jeep Destination Ultralight Side X Side Double Stroller is perfect for those who love their Jeeps but also need a stroller they can use while on the go! 

Finally, the Bumbleride Indie Twin is a budget-friendly option with a sturdy frame. It has locking front swivel wheels for jogging, and car seat compatibility.

Safety for double jogging strollers

When using a twin jogging stroller, it is important to keep safety in mind. Some tips include:

  • Hold the hand brake to help control speed while you are running downhill.
  • Many jogging strollers have wrist straps for added safety and flags for visibility during running.
  • Always use all five points of your stroller’s harness and don't buy a jogging stroller that has only a three-point harness.
  • Always use a compatible car seat in a jogging stroller.
  • Double jogging strollers are designed with bike tires, so check the tire's air pressure before each hike.
  • Double jogging strollers tend to be bulky and wide, so measure your front door and trunk first. Make sure your storage space can fit both items comfortably .
  • Choose a twin jogging stroller model that is easy to store - often these types of joggers fold up very compactly and can be stored on a shelf or in a closet.
  • Do not buy used jogging strollers, as you don't know how well they have been maintained and what kind of wear and tear they have been through 

Indie Twin Travel System

The Indie Twin Travel System is a convertible crib travel system from Baby Trend that can be used as either a twin stroller or a tandem stroller. It comes with a car seat adapter, which makes it compatible with most brands of infant car seats. 

The Indie Twin is a good value for the price, as it's cheaper than many other similar products on the market. The Indie Twin Travel System is available in blue, purple, black, green and red. The product also offers free shipping and a weight limit of 100 lbs., making it ideal for families with multiple children. 

The Indie Twin has received more than 1,300 reviews on Amazon and has an overall rating of 4.7 stars out of five stars.

Double Jogging Stroller FAQs

This list of FAQs will help you get started with using your new stroller! And don't forget, our website automatically sends you discounts, new product releases, and fresh content parents love to your email inbox.

Will It Be Able to Fit Through Doorways Without Issues?

Double jogging strollers can be quite wide and may not fit through most doorways. If you are having trouble getting your double jogging stroller through a doorway, try taking the front wheel off. This will make it narrower and easier to maneuver. Some generic replacement parts may work for your specific model, but it is always best to go through the manufacturer's website first. A jogging stroller's manual will include information about the components, which have been tested and deemed safe.

When Can I Start Jogging with My Child?

Double jogging with a stroller is a great way to get in some exercise while spending time with your little one. However, there are some things you should keep in mind before hitting the pavement.

Experts recommend waiting until your child is at least six months old to double jog. This gives them enough time to develop neck and head control. You should also consult both your doctor and pediatrician when beginning an exercise regimen with a new stroller model. A typical double jogging stroller is compatible with infant car seats; however, baby shouldn't be restrained in a car seat until after 6 months.

Can I Use a Jogging Stroller at the Beach?

Yes, you can use a jogging stroller at the beach. In fact, it's a great place to take it! The sand won't slow it down and the suspension system will make for a smooth ride. Just be sure to apply sunscreen to your children before heading out and pack plenty of water and snacks. And don't forget to bring along a blanket or beach towel so they can relax in the sun after all that running!

Can I Use My Jogging Stroller Indoors?

While a jogging stroller is designed for outdoor use, sometimes you might need to bring it indoors. For example, if it's raining outside and you don't want your child to get wet, or if you're at the mall and your child needs a break from walking.

The good news is that most jogging strollers can be used indoors, but there are a few things you'll need to keep in mind:

  • First, make sure the stroller has a brake. This will help prevent it from rolling away while you're using it indoors.
  • Second, check the height of the handlebar. If it's too tall or short for you to comfortably use indoors, you might not be able to push the stroller around well.
  • Third, consider the size of the stroller. Some models are too large to fit through standard doorways.
  • Fourth, know how your jogging stroller handles different surfaces. Some models have suspension systems that help absorb shock and make them more comfortable to push on uneven surfaces or stairs. Others have wheels that are better suited for indoor use than others.

Are Jogging Strollers One-Size-Fits-All?

No, every person has a different stride. Some strollers lock the front wheels for running, so it's easy to jog with your infant and toddler in different seats - great for those who differ in height or age! Some jogging strollers even come with individual trays for each child. It's easy to click in and out of car seats, with a nice range of brands available for purchase here on KidsLand.

What Happens If My Tire Is Damaged?

If your jogging stroller tire has been damaged, it's important to determine the type of damage before taking any action. If the tire is leaking air, you may be able to repair it using a patch kit or sealant. However, if the frame of the wheel is bent, you will need to replace the entire wheel before using your stroller again.

Jogging stroller tires come in two varieties: pneumatic and solid rubber. Pneumatic tires are designed for comfort and weight, while solid rubber tires are used on unapproachable terrains. Solid tires are not easily damaged, while pneumatic tires can be destroyed with a puncture. It is important to note that front wheel size should be either swivel or lockable to ensure the best steering and maneuverability; the front wheel should always be locked when jogging.

Where Can I Get Stroller Replacement Parts?

When it comes to stroller parts, always consult the manufacturer. There are some recall lists out there, but you will need to check them regularly for updates on your favorite products. 

The good news is that the double jogging stroller has a simple folding mechanism and a front wheel that's detachable for jogging. You can also find bags and car seats from your stroller manufacturing company or buy them from KidsLand directly, here. 

Is It Safe to Jog While Using a Stroller?

The American Academy of Pediatrics says that jogging strollers should not be used until the child is 6 months old. By 6 months, infants develop enough muscle strength and coordination to sit upright unassisted. It's possible that your child could get injured if you cannot sit up unassisted in the stroller while running. In addition, younger babies are at risk of overheating if they're in a stroller that you wear while jogging.

The good news is that you can still get a great workout with an active, older baby. If your child is old enough to sit upright unassisted in the stroller, you should be able to jog with him. The key is finding a jogging stroller that has the right features for your baby's safety and comfort. The premium stroller's wrist straps and flags offer added security for joggers.

What Is the Difference Between a Jogging Stroller and a Regular Stroller?

Jogging strollers are often confused with regular or double umbrella strollers, due to their similar shape and size. However, there are several key differences:

  • First, jogging strollers have a narrower front than back - this is because they're designed for runners who need more stability when pushing the buggy forward.
  • Second, most manufacturers offer lockable wheels, which can swivel and lock to the side of the buggy - this allows you to use it as a regular pushchair without having to worry about it rolling away from you while you run.
  • Thirdly, jogging Strollers usually come with a built-in safety harness - important if you plan on taking your little ones out for a jog.
  • Finally, the fixed front wheel helps jogging strollers have a smooth ride - important if you don't want to be thrown around as you run.

Jogging strollers have three wheels instead of just one. The front wheel can be locked into place to make the jogging stroller safer for running on flat surfaces and in unwinding directions. 

Jogging strollers often come with a suspension system, which helps smooth out the ride. The three-wheel design eliminates the possibility of wheels getting stuck while running, as well as reduces the overall size and weight of the jogger. This makes it easier to take your child along with you on your runs.

Can You Use a Double Jogging Stroller with One Child?

Any Double Jogging Stroller is designed for two children, but it can also be used with one child. 

The specially designed conversion kit allows some Twin Jogging Strollers to switch between modes, either a traditional jogger or bike trailer. There is no need for special tools to attach and detach the conversion kit from the stroller frame, making it easy to switch between modes of transportation.

Are the Double Jogging Strollers Easily Transported?

Double jogging strollers can be cumbersome to transport, but some are easier than others. Some twin jogging stroller models have a practical one-step fold system so you can fold them down for easy transport.

Are Double Jogging Strollers Compatible with Car Seats?

Many double jogging strollers are compatible with car seats. This makes it easy to travel with your children and have them in tow while you're out for a run or jog. 

These strollers are typically very heavy and difficult to maneuver when not on a smooth surface. They also tend to be more expensive than other double strollers, making them an impractical choice for parents who are not serious about running. Some models require the use of adapters that can make the stroller heavier and more difficult to use. Always consult manufacturer's manual to see if the particular jogging stroller will work with a car seat before you buy it.