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Top 5 Running Buggies
Top 5 Running Buggies

Itching to get running but got a baby to look after? We've got you. Here are our top 5 running buggies we would recommend you check out.

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Written by Millie
Updated over a week ago

A running buggy can be a great way to take your baby along for the ride while still getting in your exercise. Running buggies typically have a larger frame than a typical buggy and have a more suspension to allow for the impact when running. Here are our top 5 which we would recommend you check out. These would be great to you use as part of our postnatal guide.

Thule Urban Glide 2 Pushchair

The Thule Urban Glide 2.0 is currently one of the most popular running buggies on the market. It is designed for all-terrain use and has a lightweight frame that is easy to maneuver, making it perfect for running. The adjustable handlebar ensures that it is suitable for all heights, while the one-handed fold feature makes it easy to pack up and store. The buggy also has a great storage area.

Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight Jogging Stroller

The Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight is very versatile. It has a lightweight aluminium frame that makes it easy to push and manoeuvre, while the swivel front wheel can be locked in place for added stability when running. The five-point harness system keeps your child secure, while the adjustable recline feature allows them to nap comfortably while you run. The Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight also has a large storage basket and a parent organizer with two cup holders and a zippered pocket.

Baby Jogger Summit X3 Jogging Stroller

The Baby Jogger Summit X3 is another versatile jogging stroller that can handle all types of terrain. It has a three-wheel design that provides stability when running, while the adjustable suspension system ensures a smooth ride for your baby.

Hauck Pushchair Runner 2

This buggy is simple but effective and cheaper than most on the market. This buggy performs very well over most terrains including mud, sand and rocky trails.

Thule Glide 2

This buggy is very popular. It's straightforward to assemble, as the wheels click on and it folds out easily within minutes. The buggy has a twist break mechanism integrated into the handlebar, plus the maximum load is great for toddlers.

Any of these buggys would be great to help you start running again following having a baby. When choosing a running buggy, consider factors like the stroller's weight, manoeuvrability, and suspension system. We hope you enjoy getting back into running/starting running!

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