Challenge the unknown

Melding precision steering and maximum control for getting active on and off road, terrain redefines functionality as the ultimate adaptable jogging stroller to maintain your training regime with baby.

Sarah Christie with child in terrain by the ocean



“When my first child was born nine years ago, a Mountain Buggy was the best investment I made (for baby and me!). I thought buggies couldn’t get much better, but the terrain gives me everything I could want as a mum and a runner. It transforms from the practical buggy I need everyday to souped up jogger for me to train with.” Sarah Christie, champion runner and Mum of 5

Maximum control

Precision engineering offers featherlight one-hand maneuverability as you run with terrain. A 3-mode front wheel swivels for maneuverability in tight spaces or can be fixed straight forward or back for stability when running. An adjustable tracking device on the front wheel ensures course accuracy.

close up detail of terrain handbrake
close up detail of terrain wheel

Maintain speed and control with a hand operated disc brake at the center of the handle to slow the stroller down, or use the foot park brake for a complete stop.

terrain kerb pop drawing

Maximum performance

terrain’s durable high grade 6063 T5 aluminium frame is strong yet lightweight to push and lift. Compared with other brands, Mountain Buggies require less force to ‘pop’ up the front wheel thanks to perfect weight distribution for optimized performance.

mother running on beach pushing terrain buggy






16 inch air-filled rear tires, coupled with shock absorbing suspension on the stroller frame offer comfort for your baby across rougher terrain. The tires are a ‘bias ply’ construction with a steel bead and nylon casing. An all purpose tread guarantees absolute traction.

Practical and multi-functional

With an easily adjusted recline position, terrain’s seat transitions from lie-flat for a newborn baby to upright for an older child, with bumper bar included for their comfort. The padded, tail-free safety harness adjusts to suit your baby as they grow. A zip covered gear tray accommodates up to 11 lbs of storage, with no risk of gear bouncing out as you run.

father walking past building with terrain
drawing of downsizing wheels on terrain

For travel and urban adventures, the active to urban 12 inch rear wheel pack is available to downsize your stroller. Be a powerhouse off road, yet stylishly refined in the city.

Carrycot and car seat compatible

terrain adapts to a bassinet style pram with the terrain baby carrycot , allowing your baby to lie flat and face you.
Our range of terrain car seat adapters allows you to attach most leading car seats to your stroller for ease of transporting baby.

2 terrains pictured with carrycot and car seat attached
side view of terrain and sun visor

Comfort features for you and your baby

terrain’s large, adjustable canopy with flip-out sun visor protects your baby from any angle, and a peek-a-boo flap let’s you keep an eye on them from above. Wipe clean, 600D polyester fabric is water repellent and durable, and can be removed easily from the stroller frame. Additional storage pockets on the canopy and inside the seat offer space for smaller accessories, and two bottle holders are included to keep you and your baby hydrated.


close up of adjustable handle heights


A durable, comfort grip handle is easily adjusted from 33.8-46.4" to suit any height or stride length. The rubberized handle is non-slip, with no risk of losing grip of the stroller as you run. For storage and pack down, terrain folds easily and stands independently with fabrics off the ground. An instant ‘click’ let’s you know the stroller frame has automatically locked when folded.

terrain buggy folded up

freerider and face-to-face compatible

girl scooting on mountain buggy freerider having great fun

Connect freerider stroller board to terrain’s rear axle to accommodate a 2nd child. freerider transforms to a kids scooter (no tools required!), offering dual functionality for free-wheeling scooter fun! 

freerider attached to terain

Your baby can also face you in terrain using the face-to-face rear facing seat.