Baby Gizmo Spotlight Video Review: Bumbleride Indie Twin 2013

Bumbleride Indie Twin 2013

Bumbleride Indie Twin 2013

We didn’t do a formal review of the Bumbleride Indie Twin last year because there just weren’t any changes. 2013 is different though! This year, Bumbleride has made a few modifications to make the Indie Twin even better than it was before.

First, we’ll highlight the changes. Then we’ll list out the specs of the stroller and finally you’ll watch the video review to see it all up close and personal!


NEW FABRICS: The entire Bumbleride collection will now come in the Natural fabric. That’s right, the “Movement” and the “Classic” are out and the eco-friendly fabrics are all in. We’re really happy with this change because we like the Natural fabrics. The interior of the stroller is made of a bamboo, nylon blend that will wick away moisture from the little rider’s body and the exterior fabric on the Natural Edition strollers is made of a recycled polyester blend.

NEW COLORS for 2013: Jet Black, Aquamarine, Cayenne Red, Fog Grey, Green Papyrus, and Lotus (pink/blue)

BUMPER BAR: Included Bumper Bar (adjusts down just for fold)

CAR SEAT ADAPTER: Universal Car Seat Adapter Bar now included and compatible with:

    • Graco Snugride
    • Graco Snugride 32
    • Graco Snugride 35
    • Peg Perego Primo Viaggio SP 30/30
    • Chicco Keyfit 30
    • Combi Shuttle
    • Baby Trend Flex Loc
    • Britax Chaperone

NEW HARNESS:  A new harness features a stronger center release button and 3 to 5 point breakaway shoulder straps which help with a faster connection and prevents entanglement.

IMPROVED PEEK-A-BOO WINDOW: Dark mesh peek-a-boo window


Seat Width: 12″

Seat Back: 19″

Seat Back to Canopy: 23″

Seat Recline: Nearly flat with a strap system

Canopy: HUGE with peek-a-boo window with dark mesh

Basket: HUGE and accessible.

Tires: 12″ air-filled (no tire pump included!)

Harness: 5-point

Handle: Adjustable: 27″ – 42″

Stroller Locks: 2 MANUAL locks

Travel System? Yes, with included universal adapter.

Carrycot: Yes, but sold separately.

Price: $729



  1. Hi holly, I love all your reviews and have relied in them heavily as I purchased my first stroller for my son (an uppababy vista) but now I’d love your advice. Our uppababy vista, which we thought would be our forever stroller hasn’t worked as well since we welcomed our twins… Really only because the jump seat/second seat can not recline. I still love everything about the stroller but that non reclining seat… My son loves the skateboard attachment (which I’d love to use something similar for whichever stroller i choose next) and whichever twin is in the main seat is always happy- they are actually all happy but it is naptime for whichever twin is in the backseat, we have the head flopping/slumping problem. 🙁
    Long story short, would you recommend the bumbleride indie twin over the stroll air my duo? I was leaning toward to my strollair because the weight is less and you can move the seats to face in or out, but amazon has some bad reviews of the strollair. Any advice for me, a mom of 9 month old twins and a big for his age, almost 4 year old? Thanks so much!!
    Ps tried out the city select and it seemed way too hard to maneuver. :/


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