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NEW UppaBaby Ridge Jogging Stroller - Full Review!

NEW UppaBaby Ridge Jogging Stroller - Full Review!

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We’re super excited to introduce the all-new UppaBaby jogging stroller to you - meet the UppaBaby Ridge, their first jogging stroller ever! This jogging stroller combines design and versatility with unmatched performance. 

 

This is a jogging stroller that goes the extra distance. It’s got a revolutionary disc brake system, tough rubber tires that never need to be pumped with air, an advanced responsive suspension system and plenty more innovative features. Whether you’ll be taking it for a stroll or doing some serious jogging, this stroller can handle it all! 
Available to order in October 2021, this UppaBaby Jogger is worth the wait.
A great jogging stroller needs to boast a couple of things. It has to be extremely safe, able to withstand more than just an afternoon stroll. It’s got to be comfortable too, and practical besides. Of course, if it has a nice design, that’s awesome! Now, this stroller has all that, and more! 

 

The UppaBaby Ridge jogging stroller is definitely safe and dependable. The frame and basket both feature reflective detailing for visibility during late night walks, there’s a 5-point harness for your baby, there's an adjustable handlebar, and there’s even a wrist strap included for safety during jogging.
We can’t get over the disc hand brake system - it really has a quicker response and more stopping power than drum brake systems on most other jogging strollers! It’s excellent for when you’re taking the stroller downhill, or when you’re traveling over rough terrain. 

 

This stroller comes with a handbrake so you can stop the stroller in a jiffy while you’re using it, and there’s a footbrake to lock the stroller in place when you’re not. 

 

Most jogging strollers come with air-filled wheels, but the UppaBaby Ridge stroller comes with EVA foam-filled tires. That means no flat tires, ever. Yes, you can leave that air pump behind! 

 

12” front and 16” rear EVA foam-filled rubber tires and a super responsive coil spring system work in tandem to provide your child with a smooth, comfortable ride - no matter the terrain or the child’s weight. 

 

As with the UppaBaby Vista and Cruz, this stroller is designed with comfort a priority. One hand standing fold? Check.
No rethread padded harness with lumbar support? Got that. Deep, padded seat? Yes, that too! And there’s even a water bottle holder included, for your convenience.
 
There are also side storage pockets on the seat, for those little things you want to keep within an easy reach. The stroller even features water repellent fabrics for those small spills and surprise spring or snow showers. 

 

The extra large canopy has a zipper pocket for phone storage, a fabric zipper extension for UV protection, and 2 mesh panels for increased breathability. 
The storage basket can hold up to 20 pounds, has built-in pockets, and it actually comes with a cover you can close. Isn’t that neat? 
The UppaBaby Ridge measures 38.5” x 26” x 40.5”, and weighs 29.2 lbs. It is compatible with the UppaBaby Bassinet and infant car seat. This is the only 3-wheeled stroller from UppaBaby. It comes in the following 3 fashions:




UPPAbaby Ridge Jogging Stroller FAQ's 

Which car seats are compatible with the UPPAbaby Ridge jogging stroller?

Mesa, Maxi-Cosi, Nuna, & Cybex car seats are all compatible with the UPPAbaby Ridge jogging stroller. 

Can the Ridge jogging stroller be used with a bassinet?

The Ridge jogging stroller can be used with the UPPAbaby bassinet.

What does the UPPAbaby Ridge measure while folded?

When folded, this stroller measures just 18.5” x 26” x 36.5”.

What is the weight capacity of the UPPAbaby Ridge?

This stroller can hold up to 55 pounds. 

Which other jogging strollers are popular at PishPosh Baby?

Other popular jogging strollers we sell are the Thule Urban Glide and the Bob Gear Alterrain

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