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If you visit The Netherlands, the first thing you will notice is the huge amount of bikes on the street. In fact, there are 18 million bikes in The Netherlands. With a population of approximately 16.5 million this is more than one per head of the population!! Our family definitely contributes to that average, as we own 4 bikes. Two are for the daily life, one is for our visitors and the other one is for going on a bike trip.
Brilliant pram, the best double in the market.
The development of our new range started 2 years ago, with a vision to create the world' best all terrain buggy platform; a faster and smaller fold, simpler frame and the same Mountain Buggy performance.
As an experience and enthusiastic ultra runner, the news of a baby on the way made me ask myself 'how will I go long distance running?'
The answer was the Mountain Buggy terrain .
Wow where do I start? What a pram!
Here at Mountain Buggy, we're all about making strong customer connections around the world. Collecting valuable feedback from people that matter - we listen, we develop, we deliver. We value our customers and know you are our most powerful voice, where we learn honest feedback to further develop products that are relevant to today's parents.
When baby #2 was on her way I decided that it was a good excuse to get another buggy. This time round I wanted something that was a little more special. Having pushed a buggy before I knew what I wanted in terms of functionality. It had to pop over kerbs easily, manoeuvre with one hand, be simple and quick to fold and be tough enough to handle a trip to the park but also suitable for a trip to the mall. Baby #1 (well not a baby anymore) was past the buggy stage so the ability to take more than one wasn't on the list. Although being able to attach a scooter for him to ride along when his legs got tired was.