Remember those New Year’s Resolutions you set back in December about staying or getting back into shape? It’s only March, there’s still time to get back on track! And we’re here to help. Whether you were an avid runner before you became a parent or you have the desire to pick up running for the first time, we’ve designed the ultimate accessory to get you outside and exercising in the fresh air, together with your child. The Bugaboo Runner is a modular two-in-one stroller that is especially easy to use for parents who already own a Bugaboo stroller.
The jogging extension is available for the Bugaboo Cameleon³, Bugaboo Bee (2010 model onwards), Bugaboo Donkey and Bugaboo Buffalo seats. Simply click the seat of your existing Bugaboo stroller onto the Bugaboo Runner chassis using the right adapters and you’re ready to go. That means that with one seat, you can have two strollers; it doesn’t get much easier than that! For those who don’t have a stroller, the Bugaboo Runner can also be purchased as a complete jogging stroller with a separate Bugaboo Runner seat.
So, are you ready to get out there? Read these tips to make running fun for you and your child. Enjoy the freedom to move faster: #RunFree with the #BugabooRunner.
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