terrain buggy

 4 / 5     39 reviews  |  Write a review

Maximum control, maximum performance - the no.1 Mountain Buggy all terrain jogger. Challenge the unknown.

 

"Love this buggy! As an avid runner prior to having my first baby, I was anxious to get back out on the road. The Terrain was the perfect solution for me and my baby. I have friends with Bob's but after testing both I felt like the Terrain was the superior product! I am beyond happy with my choice - highly recommended!" - Christine, terrain owner

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Features

stand out features:

  • hand operated active buggy brake - complete control
  • 3 mode front wheel and tracking device - lock back/forward and full swivel control
  • slim frame at just 63cm / 25" wide
  • lightweight - 13.5kg / 29lbs
  • automatic frame lock - an instant click when folding
  • tailfree harness - clever and tidy with no excess tail straps
  • 'gate opening' bumper bar for easier access in & out of the main seat
  • zip seat fabric, on and off the buggy frame
  • 16" wheels - all purpose tread for absolute traction
  • 12" wheel pack  available for travel and the city adventure
  • 6060 T52 - aircraft grade lightweight aluminium
  • shock absorbing suspension
  • 600 denier polyester with PU coating. H20 and fade resistant, wipe clean and breathable
  • follow-the-sun adjustable sunhood with flick out sun visor
  • complete with 2 bottle holders
  • adjustable buggy seat position from upright to full recline for newborn
  • compact fold with quick release wheels
  • compatible with Mountain Buggy  terrain carrycot  
  • compatible with car seats using terrain car seat adaptors
  • suitable for newborn to 5 years, or maximum seat load of 25kg / 55lbs
  • globally safety certified 

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Great off road buggy

 4/5

Bought this pram as we do a lot of walking off road and the reviews said how good it was for that. I finally have been able to use it as my daughter was born three weeks ago and we love it!! Also very easy to put up and down.


Love running with my mountain buggy terrain

 4/5

Love running with my mb terrain! so smooth and my running time has improved (whilst running with a pram). Love the extra features like the 2 bonus water holder and the zip-up storage on the bottom. And I bought it for half price when they had the sale! So much to love.


Great stroller!

 4/5

This stroller was very easy to assemble. It is very easy to fold down. Our 18 month old loves riding in it. We take this everywhere and it has been excellent!


Great Stroller

 4/5

Great quality, durable, super smooth, my baby and I love it!!!! Recommend to get smaller tires if planning to use in city.


BEST BUGGY EVER

 4/5

We are the proud owners of our second mountain buggy, the first which saw our daughter use the Urban Buggy for 4 Years and then our son. We decided it will be only fair to upgrade and purchase our son his own new 'car'.

We on sold the urban to a couple with a young baby and have seen them around the local area and they are happy with their purchase.

So without a question we decided on the mountain buggy, this time opting for the terrain, we absolutely love our purchase and love the mountain buggy brand. Great work with top quality equipment.


Great pram

 4/5

We purchased a legacy mountain buggy a month ago and are really happy about it. Our little one (aged 11 weeks) sleeps well on walks. The buggy is quiet and handles bumps and rough surfaces very well. It is easy to assemble initially and folds away quickly. It is a bit big for a small car. We had to remove the back wheels to fit it in a Kia Rio. This is quick to do but something to consider. The storage basket is a good size.


Love This Stroller!

 4/5

I bought this stroller 2 weeks ago and absolutely love it! My son fits in it so comfortably and falls asleep while on our walks! The size of the tires are perfect for living where there is off-road terrain and the hand brake is a wonderful option for slowing the stroller while going down a steep hill. I am so glad I bought this! Although I do wish there were other car seat adapters or a universal one for this stroller.


Keep running

 4/5

I have owned this jogger for a month now. It is great can run in full stride. Love the adjustable handle bar and hand break. My baby loves the ride and often falls asleep, making the reclining seat a great feature. Replaced the tubes in the tires with puncture resistant tubes because had flat tires in first use.


Fantastic maneuverability

 4/5

This is an excellent stroller for walking and running. It is very easy to maneuver, even with one hand which I find myself doing often. The handle is easy to move which works well for my and my tall husband. It is very comfortable to run with and my son has been very happy sitting in his stroller. Nice big sun hood too.

The improvements I would make are as follows:
- The handle can be adjusted by pressing two buttons on either side and moving it. Often I want to move it one handed, so this can be a pain (not a huge deal!)
- When my son was older (over 18 months), he would want to sit up a lot more, but the angle of the stroller means that he is quite reclined and I think this frustrated him as he couldn't see so well or play with this toys so well.
- I would have loved it if this stroller came in more vibrant colour options.
- There is a small additional mesh sun visor that you can pull down, but it only gives a couple of inches more and it could do with a little extra.

Overall, I love this stroller!


Great Features and Very Easy to Manoeuvre

 4/5

I bought the Mountain Buggy - Terrain 3 years ago and love it. I had a smaller stroller to use in the malls but didn't use it because the Terrain is so easy to manoeuvre.


Great running buggy

 4/5

I am so pleased I bought this, my daughter loves this. When she was little she would sleep during runs so obviously very comfy (even allowing me time to shower post run!) and now bigger laughs the whole way around. always wants to go for a run and will go to the buggy wanting to use for a run on a daily basis (we use smaller buggy for day to day use)
would buy again


Will never regret this purchase!

 4/5

I have had my Mountain Buggy Terrain for four years. I have used it since my daughter was a newborn. I used both the car seat attachment and the bassinet attachment and loved them both. I camp, hike, beach walk, and more, and the Terrain has endured it all with ease. And there's so many extras, cup holder, storage, large visor, the list goes on. We now have a new addition coming to our family in the next two weeks and I am excited to continue using the Terrain.


What a versatile pram!

 4/5

My name is Krista and I am the mother to 18 month old Maverick. When pregnant, I researched a number of prams and what to get. There are LOTS out there in the market today, funky looking, colourful and the like but what drew me back to Mountain Buggy was ‘why’ I needed a pram, ‘what’ I needed it for and ‘how practical’ it would be for me.

This brand wins over all in my opinion. A balance of everything, may not be as ‘cool’ as the others, but I am sure the others don’t do everything my Mountain Buggy does! I chose the terrain. I wanted to be able to run with the pram if need be, and take on uneven surfaces using the suspension.

I LOVE it! It has been amazing so far. What is even more amazing is that the rear 16” wheels can be changed to put 12” wheels on them should I wish to take the pram to the supermarket or similar and don’t want it looking like a jogging pram.

I also had attachments to have a capsule in the pram, bassinet and the rearward facing seat. This brand truly has it all and it has lived up to my expectations.

I not only use my pram for walks and to the shops but I use it for runs and some exercises. (take a look @fithappymummy on instagram or Fit Happy Mummy on facebook!)

I am a Personal Trainer and have found this pram amazing to use when exercising. It is good to run with, having the big wheels, suspension and the handbrake if need be (always wrap the safety strap around your wrist please mummas).

I also use it to do exercises with, get creative and have fun. As pictured in the video, I am seen to use it for jogging, lunges and a crawl which is amazing to get those flat tummies after birth!

I cannot recommend Mountain Buggy and their range higher. They have a pram to suit every household and have truly satisfied my needs (so much so I have even purchased the nano and the duet - don't get me started on reviewing them or I'll be here all day!)

As Mountain Buggy say, ‘Live your life without limit’ and that is exactly what these prams do!


Fine if you only want to walk with it

 0/5

If you're only planning on walking with your child, this is a perfectly fine stroller. However, if you actually want to run, I'd get something else. Mine wobbles and shakes so violently when I run with it that it's completely unusable. I've tried adjusting the position of the front wheel, but it doesn't make any difference. Wish I'd bought a BOB instead!


Shaky front wheel

 0/5

I've had this pram for nearly 11 months & I've had nothing but trouble. The front wheel shakes uncontrollably when walking & jogging to the point you can't continue. It's particularly bad when weight is distributed in lying down position. I've had 2 new frames & a new front tyre but the problem continues. The front wheel also locks itself at times. Not a happy customer. I've got 2 friends with the same pram having the same issue.


Been through the wringer

 4/5

I have had my Mountain Buggy Terrain for 3 years, and have used it everyday. I teach outdoor Baby Boot Camp fitness classes with it, and also do about 25 miles of running with it outside of class each week. My son has grown up in this stroller. We absolutely love it. It is so comfortable, easy to push and handles like a glove. We are very rough on it, and have never had any major issues with the stroller. So happy to use a dependable and really good looking product.


Everything and then some

 4/5

My wife and I were having our first baby and decided we would pay quality once, rather than junk multiple times. Our requirements were; it had to work as a running stroller and everyday stroller, the handle had to adjust to a good height ( I'm 6'6). The Terrain fit the bill. Most multipurpose strollers can't truly be used for running. This one can. And I have still yet to find a stroller with a handle that adjusts to such a wide range of heights. Well, that was 3 1/2 years ago. We now have two kids and the Terrain is still rolling strong. The only thing we have had to replace are the inner tubes in the tires. Awesome product!


Great stroller!!

 4/5

I am so happy with this stroller, I suggest it to anyone I know who it currently looking to buy. It's easy to use, lots of different attachments for it and all have worked great!
I will never go back to a different stroller!'


The best thing I purchased!

 4/5

I can't tell you enough how much I love this stroller! I've trained for two half marathons with it this summer. My little girl has traveled more miles than any baby in this town I'm pretty sure of it! So easy to manage during my runs. I'd almost rather run pushing my 7 month old than not!


Great Buggy

 3/5

Love this buggy! As an avid runner prior to having my first baby, I was anxious to get back out on the road. The Terrain was the perfect solution for me and my baby. I have friends with Bob's but after testing both I felt like the Terrain was the superior product! I am beyond happy with my choice - highly recommended!


Everything I wanted!

 4/5

The Mountain Buggy Terrain has been everything and more I have wanted and needed it to be. It's so easy to push and maneuver on any surface. It is so slick to run with and my baby falls asleep every time he rides in it. What could be better?


Everything I wanted!

 5/5

The Mountain Buggy Terrain has been everything and more I have wanted and needed it to be. It's so easy to push and maneuver on any surface. It is so slick to run with and my baby falls asleep every time he rides in it. What could be better?


Great Buggy

 4/5

Love this buggy! As an avid runner prior to having my first baby, I was anxious to get back out on the road. The Terrain was the perfect solution for me and my baby. I have friends with Bob's but after testing both I felt like the Terrain was the superior product! I am beyond happy with my choice - highly recommended!


THIS is the best jogging stroller! Can use with newborn :)

 4/5

I did a lot of research before purchasing this stroller (my job is to sift through medical research, and I took this just as seriously). I wanted a stroller with the following: * Hand brake * Shock absorbers * Height-adjustable handles * Large. pneumatic tires * Use for a newborn with out an adapter/other devices * Quality I first heard about Mountain Buggy strollers when I saw someone using one while I was jogging (pregnant) through the Hollywood Hills. They raved about it and I found that it did have everything that I needed. I started using it when my baby was about 1 month old with a pillowy infant insert (head support) that I had for her car seat, but you wouldn't need to use that since it goes completely flat and does hold an infant in securely. Get the Valco Baby stroller lights to put on the sides--they are awesome with this stroller.


Mountain Buggy is all around AWESOME!

 4/5

I bought this stroller after reading a ton of reviews online and in running magazines. And after multiple discussions with my wife since this stroller is a bit on the pricey side. If you're a runner and you are looking for an excellent stroller this is the one. I usually run with this 3 times a week and love how easy it is to use. It was easy to assemble and is very sturdy. The adjustments are easy to make this a very comfortable stroller for you and you baby. I have ran for 2 hours at a time with my daughter and she has never been uncomfortable or even thrown a fit about being in this stroller for that long. One of the major selling points for me was that newborns can ride in this stroller since it can recline totally flat. Most jogging strollers say a child should be 6 months old. The stroller is very light and rolls easily. We also purchased a fleece pad that goes in the stroller to make it softer and a sun shade to keep the rays off the baby in the morning. All in all this stroller is the peak of the mountain as far as I am concerned. Now on to what has really impressed me about this company. My stroller arrived in sealed packaging and appeared to be in perfect condition. After I assembled the stroller and took it out for a test run I noticed some paint chipping around the front fork. After closer inspection it appeared that my stroller was starting to rust. I contacted New Egg (this is who I bought the stroller through) and they had me contact Mountain Buggy since this was a warranty issue. You do your initial claim online. I had two emails from Mountain Buggy, one a personal email from my claim representative, in about 30 minutes. In about an hour I was contacted by phone to discuss my issue, pictures were sent via email and my claim was finalized. By that evening Mountain Buggy called again to say that I would be receiving a new frame and wheel in the mail within the week. I tried telling the representative that I felt I could just replace the part that was rusted and felt a whole new frame was not necessary. He informed me that they will not replace a part if they feel that average housewife could not replace it with very basic tools. I received my new frame in less than a week. I have been contacted multiple times to make sure all is well with my purchase since and would without a doubt purchase Mountain Buggy items in the future.


Wonderful Customer Service

 4/5

Not only was the stroller awesome but so was the customer service. I had an issue with the my stroller and the company immediately made it right to fix it with now hassle. Awesome service and product!


THIS is the best jogging stroller! Can use with newborn :)

 5/5

I did a lot of research before purchasing this stroller (my job is to sift through medical research, and I took this just as seriously). I wanted a stroller with the following: * Hand brake * Shock absorbers * Height-adjustable handles * Large. pneumatic tires * Use for a newborn with out an adapter/other devices * Quality I first heard about Mountain Buggy strollers when I saw someone using one while I was jogging (pregnant) through the Hollywood Hills. They raved about it and I found that it did have everything that I needed. I started using it when my baby was about 1 month old with a pillowy infant insert (head support) that I had for her car seat, but you wouldn't need to use that since it goes completely flat and does hold an infant in securely. Get the Valco Baby stroller lights to put on the sides--they are awesome with this stroller.


Mountain Buggy is all around AWESOME!

 5/5

I bought this stroller after reading a ton of reviews online and in running magazines. And after multiple discussions with my wife since this stroller is a bit on the pricey side. If you're a runner and you are looking for an excellent stroller this is the one. I usually run with this 3 times a week and love how easy it is to use. It was easy to assemble and is very sturdy. The adjustments are easy to make this a very comfortable stroller for you and you baby. I have ran for 2 hours at a time with my daughter and she has never been uncomfortable or even thrown a fit about being in this stroller for that long. One of the major selling points for me was that newborns can ride in this stroller since it can recline totally flat. Most jogging strollers say a child should be 6 months old. The stroller is very light and rolls easily. We also purchased a fleece pad that goes in the stroller to make it softer and a sun shade to keep the rays off the baby in the morning. All in all this stroller is the peak of the mountain as far as I am concerned. Now on to what has really impressed me about this company. My stroller arrived in sealed packaging and appeared to be in perfect condition. After I assembled the stroller and took it out for a test run I noticed some paint chipping around the front fork. After closer inspection it appeared that my stroller was starting to rust. I contacted New Egg (this is who I bought the stroller through) and they had me contact Mountain Buggy since this was a warranty issue. You do your initial claim online. I had two emails from Mountain Buggy, one a personal email from my claim representative, in about 30 minutes. In about an hour I was contacted by phone to discuss my issue, pictures were sent via email and my claim was finalized. By that evening Mountain Buggy called again to say that I would be receiving a new frame and wheel in the mail within the week. I tried telling the representative that I felt I could just replace the part that was rusted and felt a whole new frame was not necessary. He informed me that they will not replace a part if they feel that average housewife could not replace it with very basic tools. I received my new frame in less than a week. I have been contacted multiple times to make sure all is well with my purchase since and would without a doubt purchase Mountain Buggy items in the future.


Wonderful Customer Service

 5/5

Not only was the stroller awesome but so was the customer service. I had an issue with the my stroller and the company immediately made it right to fix it with now hassle. Awesome service and product!


Awesome multi-use stroller!

 4/5

I LOVE this stroller. Initially, I bought it to get back in shape which it's obviously very helpful for. However, this has quickly taken over our other strollers and the primary one. It is so easy to steer, rolls over all kinds of terrain (muddy fairgrounds, beach, boardwalk, etc. etc.) and we usually take only this stroller with us when going anywhere. At first I was a little nervous about the lack of storage, but it is actually much bigger than it seems. Additionally, you can hang your bag over the handle as it's so sturdy, it won't tip over (within reason). My son loves to sit in the stroller and watch everything go by and I can tell this will be used for a very long time in our family. The price is worth it on this one- it lasts, it's well made and you won't regret buying it!


Terrain for serious runners

 3/5

Before my daughter was born, I spent many hours researching jogging strollers. She is my fourth child, and I've been through several joggers as they have evolved over the last decade. I am a serious runner, who competes regularly in long distance races. So I needed something to keep up with my training program. The Terrain has not disappointed. I have used it regularly with my daughter since she was able to come along for the ride. The front wheel locks in place, but has a small amount of wiggle room for uneven pavement or grass. Other than occasional shaking, when the front wheel needs a moment to restabilize after a bump, the ride is extremely smooth. There are 2 pockets for my water bottles, and plenty of storage underneath for blankets and toys--even the occasional quick trip to the grocery store. You can easily stash a small bag of groceries underneath, or cover up your goods from a splash of rain with the zippered pockets. The handle bar adjusts, so that different drivers can all push comfortably. And for storage, the back wheels pop off with an easy 1-2-3. What's best, and what you won't find in competitors like the Bob, is that the seat reclines fully, so that you can take your little one out before she can sit up (check with your pediatrician of course!). Using the fully flat seat also means that your babe can sleep soundly from a very young age in the comfort of the 5-point harness, and you don't have to worry about the dreaded head droop that can happen when they snooze. Note: I also purchased the carrycot, or bassinet, which attaches quite nicely to the frame, so that I was using the Terrain as soon as baby was born. This was a tremendous addition, as it made walks through the neighborhood a dream. And when baby slept she could do so undisturbed in the very portable and very cozy carry cot. The customer service is also excellent. When I had issues with the front wheel, I contacted MB online, and they wrote back with detailed instructions about how to adjust the tension in the "bush nut cap," so that the ride would be continuously smooth. This is what I learned: The terrain is outfitted with about 5 degrees of play in the front wheel in the locked mode. This intended "play" is designed into the front wheel for a couple of reasons: 1. This allows the pusher to manipulate the stroller's direction slightly to keep a straight track on uneven terrain by applying side-pressure to the handlebar. This is also good for making slight arcs in travel to pass slower walkers on a paved path without lifting the front. 2. On uneven terrain (all-terrain), a degree of play is needed to keep the stroller tracking straight. Like in all gravity sports (skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, etc.) a fluid and relaxed steering mechanism allows the body-in-motion to better follow the intended vector. Other jogging strollers out there, like the Baby Jogger, use a totally fixed front wheel. This is intended for running on smooth terrain, in a straight line. Whenever ANY manipulation in direction needs to be made, the front wheel will have to be lifted off the ground, an experience that I had with my two previous joggers, which were all made by Baby Jogger. We also tested the Terrain this summer on our cross country driving trip. Not only did it fold up compactly enough so that we could fit it and our four children in our mid-size SUV, it handled the trails in various National Parks like a dream. We took it up and down mountainsides in the Tetons, narrow switch backs in Bryce, and uneven terrain in Zion. If you want a stroller that can tackle any terrain and fold up when you're on the road, the Mountain Buggy Terrain is your best ride. ****The only reason that I didn't give the stroller 5 stars, is that they refuse to include the pump with the stroller. It may seem like a small issue, but as you do need to keep the tires fully pumped for a smooth ride, it would make sense for the manufacturer to include the small and relatively inexpensive hand pump in the cost of this pricey stroller.


Awesome multi-use stroller!

 5/5

I LOVE this stroller. Initially, I bought it to get back in shape which it's obviously very helpful for. However, this has quickly taken over our other strollers and the primary one. It is so easy to steer, rolls over all kinds of terrain (muddy fairgrounds, beach, boardwalk, etc. etc.) and we usually take only this stroller with us when going anywhere. At first I was a little nervous about the lack of storage, but it is actually much bigger than it seems. Additionally, you can hang your bag over the handle as it's so sturdy, it won't tip over (within reason). My son loves to sit in the stroller and watch everything go by and I can tell this will be used for a very long time in our family. The price is worth it on this one- it lasts, it's well made and you won't regret buying it!


Terrain for serious runners

 4/5

Before my daughter was born, I spent many hours researching jogging strollers. She is my fourth child, and I've been through several joggers as they have evolved over the last decade. I am a serious runner, who competes regularly in long distance races. So I needed something to keep up with my training program. The Terrain has not disappointed. I have used it regularly with my daughter since she was able to come along for the ride. The front wheel locks in place, but has a small amount of wiggle room for uneven pavement or grass. Other than occasional shaking, when the front wheel needs a moment to restabilize after a bump, the ride is extremely smooth. There are 2 pockets for my water bottles, and plenty of storage underneath for blankets and toys--even the occasional quick trip to the grocery store. You can easily stash a small bag of groceries underneath, or cover up your goods from a splash of rain with the zippered pockets. The handle bar adjusts, so that different drivers can all push comfortably. And for storage, the back wheels pop off with an easy 1-2-3. What's best, and what you won't find in competitors like the Bob, is that the seat reclines fully, so that you can take your little one out before she can sit up (check with your pediatrician of course!). Using the fully flat seat also means that your babe can sleep soundly from a very young age in the comfort of the 5-point harness, and you don't have to worry about the dreaded head droop that can happen when they snooze. Note: I also purchased the carrycot, or bassinet, which attaches quite nicely to the frame, so that I was using the Terrain as soon as baby was born. This was a tremendous addition, as it made walks through the neighborhood a dream. And when baby slept she could do so undisturbed in the very portable and very cozy carry cot. The customer service is also excellent. When I had issues with the front wheel, I contacted MB online, and they wrote back with detailed instructions about how to adjust the tension in the "bush nut cap," so that the ride would be continuously smooth. This is what I learned: The terrain is outfitted with about 5 degrees of play in the front wheel in the locked mode. This intended "play" is designed into the front wheel for a couple of reasons: 1. This allows the pusher to manipulate the stroller's direction slightly to keep a straight track on uneven terrain by applying side-pressure to the handlebar. This is also good for making slight arcs in travel to pass slower walkers on a paved path without lifting the front. 2. On uneven terrain (all-terrain), a degree of play is needed to keep the stroller tracking straight. Like in all gravity sports (skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, etc.) a fluid and relaxed steering mechanism allows the body-in-motion to better follow the intended vector. Other jogging strollers out there, like the Baby Jogger, use a totally fixed front wheel. This is intended for running on smooth terrain, in a straight line. Whenever ANY manipulation in direction needs to be made, the front wheel will have to be lifted off the ground, an experience that I had with my two previous joggers, which were all made by Baby Jogger. We also tested the Terrain this summer on our cross country driving trip. Not only did it fold up compactly enough so that we could fit it and our four children in our mid-size SUV, it handled the trails in various National Parks like a dream. We took it up and down mountainsides in the Tetons, narrow switch backs in Bryce, and uneven terrain in Zion. If you want a stroller that can tackle any terrain and fold up when you're on the road, the Mountain Buggy Terrain is your best ride. ****The only reason that I didn't give the stroller 5 stars, is that they refuse to include the pump with the stroller. It may seem like a small issue, but as you do need to keep the tires fully pumped for a smooth ride, it would make sense for the manufacturer to include the small and relatively inexpensive hand pump in the cost of this pricey stroller.


Horsing around

 3/5

Owning horses and going to competitions, we needed a buggy that could cope with sand arenas to mud to horse poo, while not slacking on any of the comforts for our bubba. The big wheels kept themselves clean by not trapping all the goop. Also around town its easy to monuvere and is an extension of my hand bag... so many places to keep things :)


What a great stroller!

 4/5

We spent a lot of time researching strollers before our son was born. We knew that we wanted a jogging stroller that would stand the test of time and fit easily in our Outback. After much deliberation, we decided on the Mountain Buggy Terrain, and what a great decision it was! The Terrain is a VERY sturdy stroller, and our son seems so comfortable and secure in it. It folds up nicely and fits easily in the back of our car. If we take the back wheels off, we can also fit it in our car top carrier. The Terrain glides so smoothly on any surface and turns on a dime. We like that the front wheel has the ability to lock or swivel, and the hand brake is a MUST for us since we live in the mountains. The storage is plentiful, and I like that the bottom cargo area has a zippered mesh cover to prevent items from spilling out during high-speed and/or bumpy trips. When we first started using our stroller, we had the car seat adapter attached, which allowed us to stroll with our son when he was too small to sit in the main stroller seat. The car seat adapter is a bit tricky to get on and off, but it's nice that we had the ability to go on small adventures early on. Although we were a bit uncertain about spending so much on a stroller at first, we are now very glad we invested the extra money to get such an outstanding ride. Also, with the versatility of the Terrain, we didn't need to buy another stroller for non-exercise purposes - it is just as good in the store as it is on the trail! The Terrain was definitely worth the money and will last for years to come.


Horsing around

 4/5

Owning horses and going to competitions, we needed a buggy that could cope with sand arenas to mud to horse poo, while not slacking on any of the comforts for our bubba. The big wheels kept themselves clean by not trapping all the goop. Also around town its easy to monuvere and is an extension of my hand bag... so many places to keep things :)


What a great stroller!

 5/5

We spent a lot of time researching strollers before our son was born. We knew that we wanted a jogging stroller that would stand the test of time and fit easily in our Outback. After much deliberation, we decided on the Mountain Buggy Terrain, and what a great decision it was! The Terrain is a VERY sturdy stroller, and our son seems so comfortable and secure in it. It folds up nicely and fits easily in the back of our car. If we take the back wheels off, we can also fit it in our car top carrier. The Terrain glides so smoothly on any surface and turns on a dime. We like that the front wheel has the ability to lock or swivel, and the hand brake is a MUST for us since we live in the mountains. The storage is plentiful, and I like that the bottom cargo area has a zippered mesh cover to prevent items from spilling out during high-speed and/or bumpy trips. When we first started using our stroller, we had the car seat adapter attached, which allowed us to stroll with our son when he was too small to sit in the main stroller seat. The car seat adapter is a bit tricky to get on and off, but it's nice that we had the ability to go on small adventures early on. Although we were a bit uncertain about spending so much on a stroller at first, we are now very glad we invested the extra money to get such an outstanding ride. Also, with the versatility of the Terrain, we didn't need to buy another stroller for non-exercise purposes - it is just as good in the store as it is on the trail! The Terrain was definitely worth the money and will last for years to come.


We love our mountain buggy.

 4/5

We did have some trouble when we first got it. The front wheel was leaning to one side and the customer service people were excellent. eventually, they replaced our buggy and now it works perfect. Regarding the function of the stroller, we are very happy. both my wife and i use the park for a total of 5-6 runs per week and we use it every day as a standard stroller. we have easily put a few hundred miles on it. The buggy has been comfortable for our child since she was three months old. the pockets and storage that come come standard are perfect to have you well prepared for a run. the visor adjusts easily midrun and can shield the baby from all directions. We live in riverdale new york and do most of our runs at van cortland park. it is ideal because it is a 1.4mile track with long stretches of dirt/gravel. the buggy does very well on the track as well as off the track and in the grass. We have a steep hill to get to the track and the brakes work great. we are able to stand and use a normal stride despite holding the buggy as we go down the hill. We often compare our stroller to others at the park. There are only two comparable strollers - the BOB and the baby jogger summit. We stand by our decision to get the mountain buggy. that being said there are some notable differences. the pivoting wheel in the front of teh mountain buggy makes for a much easier ride and better control on turns. you can easily push it with one hand, with complete control. we tend to use the wheel locked in the rear position rather than forward because steering is easier. The bob does not seem as easy to steer and comes with less standard features (drink holder etc) but does have a strap attached to the lower wheel so that if you fall, the stroller wont fall back. this has never happenned to us, but it is a nice feature. the baby jogger also does not have as many standard features and does not have the pivoting front wheel, but it does have the best folding mechanism. we tend to leave ou stroller at home and when we take it any where it fits easily into our car, but if you needed to keep it collapsed alot, the baby jogger may be worth considering. one last feature that is great in the mountain buggy is the ability to lay the baby back. the reclining mechanism is simple and if you notice the baby is falling asleep, you can recline her easily without waking her. again, we love our stroller and use it alot. we would recommend it to anyone.


We love our mountain buggy.

 5/5

We did have some trouble when we first got it. The front wheel was leaning to one side and the customer service people were excellent. eventually, they replaced our buggy and now it works perfect. Regarding the function of the stroller, we are very happy. both my wife and i use the park for a total of 5-6 runs per week and we use it every day as a standard stroller. we have easily put a few hundred miles on it. The buggy has been comfortable for our child since she was three months old. the pockets and storage that come come standard are perfect to have you well prepared for a run. the visor adjusts easily midrun and can shield the baby from all directions. We live in riverdale new york and do most of our runs at van cortland park. it is ideal because it is a 1.4mile track with long stretches of dirt/gravel. the buggy does very well on the track as well as off the track and in the grass. We have a steep hill to get to the track and the brakes work great. we are able to stand and use a normal stride despite holding the buggy as we go down the hill. We often compare our stroller to others at the park. There are only two comparable strollers - the BOB and the baby jogger summit. We stand by our decision to get the mountain buggy. that being said there are some notable differences. the pivoting wheel in the front of teh mountain buggy makes for a much easier ride and better control on turns. you can easily push it with one hand, with complete control. we tend to use the wheel locked in the rear position rather than forward because steering is easier. The bob does not seem as easy to steer and comes with less standard features (drink holder etc) but does have a strap attached to the lower wheel so that if you fall, the stroller wont fall back. this has never happenned to us, but it is a nice feature. the baby jogger also does not have as many standard features and does not have the pivoting front wheel, but it does have the best folding mechanism. we tend to leave ou stroller at home and when we take it any where it fits easily into our car, but if you needed to keep it collapsed alot, the baby jogger may be worth considering. one last feature that is great in the mountain buggy is the ability to lay the baby back. the reclining mechanism is simple and if you notice the baby is falling asleep, you can recline her easily without waking her. again, we love our stroller and use it alot. we would recommend it to anyone.





















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