The complete guide to finding the best running pram in 2019
Being a parent is tough, and finding the best running pram can feel like even more hard work. I’m always in awe of those parents who manage to smash out a super-quick parkrun while pushing a pram with two kids happily tucked in for the ride.
Running with a pram is undoubtedly hard, but making the right choice can make your run easier. So I’ve written this complete guide, detailing everything you could possibly need to know so you can find the best jogging pram for you.
There are a few safety features that prams for running must have, and a few other features that will make running with a pram much, much easier.
Most prams and strollers on the market are not suitable for running, and not only would they be uncomfortable for you, they could easily put your child (or you) at risk of injury.
Only prams, buggies, strollers and carts/trailers that are specifically designed to be used while running are included in this guide.
However, whether you’re running with two kids, or just one, over smooth footpaths or rough terrain, this ultimate guide to the best jogging stroller covers it all.
Running pram comparison chart
|Model||Style||Front wheel||Weight||Our rating|
|Thule Urban Glide 2||Single||Lockable swivel||11.4kg||4.4
|Mountain Buggy Terrain||Single||Lockable swivel||12.9kg||4.3|
|Baby Jogger Summit X3||Single||Lockable swivel||12.5kg||4.5|
|Phil and Teds Sub 4||Single||Fixed||unpublished||3.6|
|Bumbleride Speed||Single||Lockable swivel||11.8kg||4.4|
|Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle||Single||Lockable swivel||11.2kg||4.2|
BOB Revolution Pro review
This pram is my pick for best running pram in 2019. It’s one of the least expensive options available and has all the features you would expect in a running pram. Many mum runners swear by this pram and love its ease of use and reliability.Click here to check the price.
Bugaboo Runner review
Another more expensive option, the Bugaboo Runner is a little difficult to get in Australia, but it’s a particularly well-built pram, suitable for the more serious (i.e. quicker) runners.Click here to check the price.
Mountain Buggy Terrain review
There are plenty of very happy running mums with this pram, and in a recent discussion amongst parents who run with their prams, this buggy was well-regarded and highly recommended.
Baby Jogger Summit X3 review
Despite the brand name, not all Baby Jogger prams are suitable for jogging. However, the Summit X3 certainly is. With many happy customers, and offered at a good price point, the Baby Jogger Summit X3 is well worth considering.Click here to check price.
Phil and Teds Sub 4 review
This is Phil and Teds only model designed specifically for runners, and it’s a great option. Although it appears to be a discontinued model now, it’s still available on their website for a significantly discounted price.Click here to check the price.
Mountain Buggy Urban Jungle review
Lots and lots of running mums love this pram, and for good reason. It’s an easy-to-push, easy-to-use pram suitable for running on paved surfaces as well as for everyday use. It’s also offered at a competitive price point, so it’s hard to go past this option.Click here to check the price.
Bumbleride Speed review
You don’t see many of these running prams in action, but when you do, it’s hard not to be impressed. This is a lightweight option, which uses recycled PET bottles for the fabric – so you can run and be environmentally friendly at the same time. With all wheels having suspension, it makes a super-smooth cruise for your little one.Click here to check the price.