Quinny Longboard Stroller

Oct 20, 2015

Category: Rides

Getting your daily exercise in when you’ve got kids to take care of can be hard — it’s not like they can keep up with you on a run or while cycling. But finding a physical activity that both you and your kids can enjoy is important, which is why Quinny has made the Longboardstroller concept a reality.

It’s the perfect change from boring, standard strollers, as it allows parents to longboard while their child has fun in the front. It features special trucks and large wheels, as well as a safety leash. It has a low center of gravity of better stability than the average longboard, and it has a reliable handbrake that can be used to stop the board if the speed is too much. It’s safe to use when it’s used responsibly, and riding it with your child will provide them with a unique, thrill-seeking adventure that none of their friends will likely have.

You can purchase yours from the Quniny online store for $670. [Via]

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