Looking to Get a Single Jogging Stroller

Updated on October 03, 2009
J.D. asks from La Grange, IL
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I'm looking to purchase a single jogging stroller - not to fancy, but sturdy, folds easy, etc. Looking for brands/models that you like, hopefully under $200, but wouldn't mind buying a used one either.

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answers from Chicago on

we have a schwinn.
it wasn't expensive at all.
we got it for our shower for our first daughter, registered for it at baby depot.
i wish i could use it more but now i'm always using the double jogger.



answers from Chicago on

We have the BOB Ironman. If you're using it just for running then this one is great but if you want to use it as a regular stroller too then get the BOB Revolution (you can lock the front tire for running and then unlock it for regular use). We got it as a gift so I'm not sure on the price but you can probably get one used.



answers from Chicago on

I have to say that I got my money's worth from the BOB stroller. I have used it for four years. IT is lightweight and of great quality. It is worth the money.

Good luck.




answers from Chicago on

I have been looking at jogging strollers as well and, while the BOB Revolution comes highly recommended it will set you back about $350 or more. You may be able to find a used on on Craigslist, Once Upon a Child, Play it Again Sports, or perhaps even go to an upscale neighborhood and scope out baby/child consignment shops.

What is your style of running/jogging or are you just looking for a jogging-style stroller? If you are a pretty serious runner, from what I have been told you will want two main things: a front wheel that can swivel but also be locked into place and dual brakes (as opposed to one bar).

Two of my co-workers are pretty serious runners (5+ miles on each run) and have told me that the In-Step brand sucks and the Jeep brand is okay. Again, I think it has a lot to do with your style of training.

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