New for the Bumbleride Collection 2011

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Bumbleride is switching it up for 2011!  They aren’t introducing any new strollers BUT they are introducing new collections.  What does that mean?  Well, they are keeping their same great strollers but Bumbleride is offering two new collections that will have different fabric.  Same stroller, different fabric.

Natural Collection

The Bumbleride Natural Collection is for the eco-minded mama that is looking for a more natural choice.  The interior of the stroller will be made of a bamboo, nylon blend that will wick away moisture from the body and is a higher thread count than the other fabrics.  The exterior fabric on the Natural Collection strollers will be made of a recycled polyester blend.  This collection will be available in two fabulous colors:  Ocean (a deep blue) and Walnut (a chocolate brown).  And what we love about these colors are that they are subtle with no funky contrasting colors.  The Natural Collection will be available in Spring 2011.

Movement Collection

The Bumbleride Movement Collection is for the sporty mama (or dada!).  This collection will be available on all the Bumbleride stroller EXCEPT the Queen B.  The Movement Collection sports a more stretchy, water resistant fabric.  It will be available in Jet (black/blue) and Fog (Grey/Orange).  The Movement Collection will be available in Spring 2011.

Here are the matching carrycots (sold separately) of the Movement Collection:

Speaking of carrycots, the 2011 Carrycot will have a bigger footmuff and more lumbar support!

Other Important Changes for 2011:

  • Queen B 2011 is not going to have pivoting front wheels anymore more like a traditional pram!
  • Bumbleride Indie Twin 2011 will have the ability to accept TWO infant car seats! (no price change on the 2011 Indie Twin is what we are told)

*PLUS, a Chicco Car Seat Adapter for the 2010 Indie Twin will be available next month!!

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Sorry also forgot to ask if there is a 2011 carrycot or do you just buy the 2010?
Cant thank you enough your website is brilliant and your baby gizmo videos are a great help too they both really helped me to choose between 4 different strollers!


I’m really interested in buying the Bumbleride Indie Twin 2010/2011 and I was wondering if you could tell me where the best place to buy it is (I’m living in Ireland but my sister is going to bring it home for me she lives in Boston) Also are there any changes between the 2010 and 2011 edition except the 2011 is able to take 2 carseats?


Why do you think they stop making the pivotal front wheels on the Queen B? I was thinking about getting one for long walks, but now I’m wondering if it will be more difficult to steer?


I have been patiently waiting for the 2011 Indie Twin after hearing that it can accept two infant carriers. It turns out, it can only accept to Maxi Cosi carriers and you have to buy the adapters for them separately. It can only accommodate one Graco car seat at a time. 🙁


I’m also interested in getting the Bumbleride Flite – but want to wait for the 2011 line to come out to see if they have made the canopy any bigger – any ideas?


I currently own a Bumbleride Indie in Lava. I am interested in getting the Bumbleride Flite and was wondering if you know if they are making any changes to the stroller for 2011.


I have to say one of my favorite thing about the Bumblerides is the contrasting fabric. I love my Seagrass Indie Twin. But, it looks like they are offering some nice new fabrics. Two infant seats sounds interesting, but I like my twins out of the carseats when the stroller is available. I know that will be a huge selling point.


It’s so great that the Indie Twin is going to accept two infant car seats. There are not enough doubles on the market that do it. Seems like the stroller companies are finally catching on!