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2016 Color Story

Color has always been a big part of who we are. A dominant facet of Bumbleride's personality. Thirteen years ago when Bumbleride was just a concept, we recognized a void in the industry. Stroller companies were very conservative with textile design and color. Being in our 20's at the time we didn't want to play things so safe. We wanted to have fun and help families celebrate the birth of their babies with vivid color and stylish design. That is still true today. Each year we enjoy projecting what colors will stand out as something new. Not always monochromatic but...

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LET’S NOT REINVENT THIS WHEEL.

LET'S NOT REINVENT THIS WHEEL. Call me old fashioned, but I’m pretty into air. And so is every single car manufacturer in the world. Not to mention, the most technologically-advanced car racing series in the world, Formula-1. So if all these guys are filling their tires with old-fashioned air, why do some strollers opt to fill their tires with foam? But before I get into this earth-shattering air vs. foam debate, let me tell you where I’m coming from. My first stroller was not a Bumbleride. It was a City Mini GT (foam-filled tires). I put a lot of thought...

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How To Travel By Plane With Your Bumbleride

  How To Travel By Plane With Your Bumbleride Read these great tips from Bumbleride owners on flying with Indie, Indie Twin, Indie 4 and Flite. We’ve included a few of the most popular airlines’ stroller policies to help prepare you for your trip. Bon voyage! Since you are going to need to fold your stroller at some point to get on the plane, bring an extra empty tote or bag to hold your cargo basket and other goodies. Label your stroller with name and contact information. There are usually tags at the gate or check in if you need one. Buy...

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Greencupboards' Top 5 Sustainable Materials Products List- Bumbleride Indie

The "Sustainable Materials Eco - Trait" applies to products that are made from low-impact sustainable raw materials, such as bamboo, hemp and wood harvested from managed forests among other materials. For the most part, sustainability refers to the process of attaining raw materials in a production or agricultural capacity. The term is often used synonymously with “renewable resources”. "Sustainable” may also refer to different harvesting methodologies used to procure certain materials or energy such as lumber, rubber or electricity. For example, products pertaining to solar power on GreenCupboards.com fall under the Sustainable Materials Eco-Trait since the sun’s energy is considered...

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