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best off roader

(13 Posts)
Daisybell1 Sat 29-Sep-12 18:20:01

I've got a vintage urban detour and a baby jogger summit. The summit is more capable but I live in the Yorkshire Dales and so in most parts of the country the urban detour would be sufficient.

BieneMaja Sun 16-Sep-12 20:06:45

Ebay for a Mountain Buggy. You won't regret it. If you want serious off-road, go for Mountain Buggy Terrain, if you want a little more control, an Urban would be fine.

No problem at all to buy 2nd hand as they are literally like tanks.

lambinapram Sun 16-Sep-12 15:27:48

We love our Quinny speedi SX. We've had it for about 2 years and have never had a puncture. We managed to get a brand new one on Ebay for £100 ( a sale return), but they are quite sturdy so I would think you would be OK with a secondhand one.

milk Sun 16-Sep-12 15:19:10

"I have single and *double for dog walking*"

When your dog gets tired, does it jump onboard? :P

Olympicrock Sun 16-Sep-12 11:55:04

Nipper 360. Brill. I have single and double for dog walking

caz05 Sun 16-Sep-12 11:53:20

I have a mamas and pappas sport which we used for dog walking and it is excellent. Got it from eBay for £25 a year ago and is still going strong. Look on eBay and I have heard the Jane ones are good too.

Salhal Wed 05-Sep-12 03:51:16

I second the Jane salmon pro, ours has taken a right beating walking the dog in all weathers and all terrains.

hazeldog Wed 05-Sep-12 00:36:01

That's a bit more of a realistic price bracket.

foolserrand Wed 05-Sep-12 00:29:56

I have a Jane slalom pro and have taken it over some very rough terrain. You may way to invest in sturdy tyres though!

It doesn't fold small, but is comfy to push, regardless of terrain and I truly recommend it.

I have to take mine for a check up sad after riding it rough on inferior wheels too many times. But it truly is fantastic.

hazeldog Wed 05-Sep-12 00:16:26

Omg I just looked at the website. I could buy a car for that!!!!

hazeldog Wed 05-Sep-12 00:10:44

Sounds good. Size not a prob as I drive a pickup truck. Is it pricey?

mistlethrush Tue 04-Sep-12 23:40:03

Mountain Buggy. Its not particularly small to fold up but its a dream to push even over really rough terrain - and ours went with a very solid ds over and through everything with the dog.

hazeldog Tue 04-Sep-12 23:37:44

I have an obaby zezu which is great in many ways. However I also have dogs which need long walks and on rough ground the front wheels bend If they hit a bump at the wrong angle and get stuck. I think I'm going to wreck it at this rate. I need a lightweight stroller that can handle a serious dog walk over rough ground. I've got a terrible back and wearing a baby carrier is murder. Dont want to spend a fortune on a blingy brand name as it will be getting dirty. Any suggestions?.

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