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Bumbleride Mini Board Toddler Board
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Mini Board Toddler Board

The Bumbleride Mini Board, a skateboard-style toddler board that attaches to the back of the stroller, offers a fun and dynamic transitional tool for growing toddlers, while also extending the lifespan and relevance of the Bumbleride stroller. Compatible with Era, Indie, Indie Twin and Indie 4 (not compatible with Speed), this stroller standing board features: a slip-resistant deck to stabilize toddlers' toes as they ride in the standing position, holding on to the handlebar; two durable swivel wheels for maximum maneuverability and tracking; and an easy-to-install clamp attachment system.

- Maximum weight capacity of 44lbs. (20 kgs.)
- Remove to fold stroller
- Should only be used on even terrain at walking speed without Bassinet attached.

Regular price $119.00
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Kiran D.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Toddler Board great when a new baby needs the stroller

We recently had a new baby and the toddler board aka "skateboard" has been great for us. Our toddler gets to rest when he gets tired from walking, and he enjoys being on the board while his baby sister is inside the stroller. I'd highly recommend for anyone with a new baby, whose toddler is good at walking, but needs to take breaks too; it's made it so we don't need to buy a bulky double stroller, which is great! It does changes your gait when you're walking, but it's still very comfortable to walk with the board attached. The only con I've found is that you have to take the parent pack off in order for there to be enough space for a toddler to ride on the board. And since we like the parent pack, that's a little inconvenient, but overall worth getting.

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Vera S.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Toddler board

So happy with our purchase!! We actually used it for the airport to tow our convertible car seat. Amazing product!!!

United States United States
I recommend this product
Love it as much as we love our indie

Really wonderful quality just like our indie which is two years old and now in use for our second (hence the toddler board addition)!

Elizabeth O.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Love! Practical & Fun

This has been a wonderful add on to our bumble ride stroller for our 3 year old! Expecting baby boy this month and this gives us a fun and flexible option for our 3 year old! Highly recommend!

Kristen B.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Good, but could use a few tweaks

As a mom of 3 kids 3 and under, I’m still searching for that perfect stroller for my family! We do love our Bumble ride and the board definitely helps, but two quick quirks I wish were better: first, it doesn’t come out far enough so the kids have to basically reach up and a little their heads when they’re on it so it’s not a very comfortable ride for long. And second, it doesn’t have the option to be pushed up when not in use which would be so helpful. It would be awesome if you had two separate boards that come out right behind each wheel, so that when you’re pushing, you don’t kick it. And then kids, especially the smaller ones, could see where we’re headed. :)