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Buggy board for Twin Urban Detour

(12 Posts)
blodwen Wed 23-Feb-05 19:20:43

Has anyone found a buggy board which will fit the twin Urban Detour please?

zubb Wed 23-Feb-05 19:45:16

I couldn't find one to fit the single, but didn't look at many, so can't help with the double.
Do the handles come out a long way in the double as they do with the single? That seemed to be hte main problem that we had.

blodwen Tue 08-Mar-05 18:39:32


blodwen Tue 08-Mar-05 21:45:48


blodwen Thu 10-Mar-05 17:49:34

Bump again

sparklymieow Thu 10-Mar-05 17:50:41

I used a seat2go hitchhiker seat on my twin urban detour buggy.

blodwen Thu 10-Mar-05 19:00:58

Hooray! I thought maybe it was going to be impossible! Did it fit easily or did you have to adapt anything? Did it fit on the upright side bars or on the rear axle area? Was it still ok to push? I'm so excited - ebay here I come! Thanks SparklyM

sparklymieow Thu 10-Mar-05 19:05:03

It fitted on the upright bars, you do have to put the seat on the further bar away from the attactments IYKWIM. and you have to make sure that the bars are on the inside of the uprights, otherwise it won't fit. I have just sold mine sorry

blodwen Thu 10-Mar-05 19:36:23

Thanks. Will try it out. And was it ok to push?

blodwen Thu 10-Mar-05 19:37:25

Sorry - can you still lie the buggy seats back?

sparklymieow Thu 10-Mar-05 21:31:54

I can't remember, i don't think so. I puhed it ok everyday up a hill to DS' school, but it does get heavy.

blodwen Thu 10-Mar-05 21:54:11

Ok. Thanks for posting.

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