Schwinn Free Wheeler Double Swivel Wheel Stroller

Available on Amazon, check price and buy

Read All Reviews

VN:F [1.8.0_1031]
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (5 reviews)

The Schwinn Free Wheeler Jogging Stroller has 12 front and 16 rear rust proof aluminum wheels. The easy to maneuver aluminum frame is great for jogging, walking and shopping and it folds compactly and the quick release wheels come off easily for trunk storage. The parent tray and pockets hold snacks and drinks and the comfortable adjustable handle provides ease of use for a variety of activities. The secure child harness and cockpit accommodates two children up to 50lbs. each and the shocks provide added comfort for baby. The roomy adjustable canopy offers plenty of sun protection. and the spacious under seat basket offers plenty of room for all of your gear.


  • Accepts two Graco SnugRide, SnugRide 32 and Infant SafeSeat Car Seats
  • Front & rear 3- & 5-point harnesses help keep children securely seated
  • Removable front child’s trays with cup/snack holders
  • Lockable front swivel wheels with suspension for a smoother ride
  • Elevated rear seat so everyone gets a good view

Additional Info





1 lbs

100 lbs

Joggers,Double & Triple



Sunshade,Tray / Bar,Cup Holder(s),Cargo Basket,Weather Protection



33 pounds

34.0 x 30.5 x 11.0

Schwinn Free Wheeler Double Swivel Wheel Stroller4.455
categoryCategories: Schwinn, Storllers | printPrint
Related Products:

4 Reviews for “Schwinn Free Wheeler Double Swivel Wheel Stroller”

  1. carie on June 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is wonderful for running outside and taking to theme parks. The visor keeps light rain off my children unlike some that allow rain to drip down in-between them. The frame is well made and very durable. I have a three year old and two month old. The three year old’s weight is a lot more than my two month old as you can imagine, but in this stroller I cannot tell the difference of their weight distribution when I push. The stroller handles wonderfully and is easy to push up hills. However this is a large stroller as most double strollers are, so take measurements and make sure it will fit nicely in your car before you buy. I would not buy the stroller for shopping because it is a large stroller and will not fit easily in some department stores. I chose one with lighter colors they help the stroller stay a tad cooler in the summer.

  2. CSMommy on June 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I purchased this stroller b/c the current double jog I have has a static wheel. It is very hard to steer and I am constantly fighting it. I read lots of reviews on strollers and decided to go with this one. I knew of its short comings before hand, but it had the least negatives (all the reviews had something bad to say about any I looked at). First, it drives like a dream. I can easily steer it with one hand and the adjustable handle was nice to find a comfortable level for me b/c I am under 5 foot tall. The large sun shade is far superior to my previous stroller and others I looked at. Their faces and upper bodies were shaded but I still needed sunscreen for their legs. The only major negative are the seats. They are tilted back at a pretty significant angle and even when sitting up as far as they will go, they are reclined a good bit. The angle of the seat itself puts their legs kind of pointing upwards by probably 20-30 degrees. It is comfortable with the recline of the seat however. If the seat sat up higher it may be a little weird. The kids are in a lounging position for sure and are not sitting up straight. Placing some foam or towels back there would help to sit them up more, if your kids don’t like this. They didn’t seem to mind but did pull themselves up to see out a few times while we were out. The other negative is the back of the seat. The top bar is very low as my son is only about 38 inches tall and the bar was hitting him right in the middle of his head. I placed a towel over the bar and he was fine. The stroller is weighted for kids to 50 pounds each, but children that were 6-8 inches taller would have no head support at all. There is just flimsy netting behind the seat and if your head was resting on this it would not be comfortable or supportive in any way. The angle of the seats are such that you have to rest your head back or your neck would get tired. So, I know that we will have to rig something up for the kids when they get taller for this stroller to work. I think this may be a problem with other strollers as well. So, if you are willing to deal with the seat issues, the stroller is great. I don’t mind adding a towel or some foam to make it work. The selling points for me over others I reviewed were the large sun shade, shocks, price point and adjustable handle. Like I said, I knew about these problems from other reviews I read and am happy with my purchase b/c the problems for me are easy to deal with.

  3. country mom of twins on July 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    love this stroller. so light it feels like you are pushing just ounces. we live out in the country and frequently go out to the garden and on walks but have two, two month olds and using the infant car carrier double stroller wasn’t at all practical in our yard or on our bumpy roads so we bought this, handles any terrain great, very light, very easy to steer, can use from infancy to 50lbs without having to rig it to make it comfortable/safe for babies. only disadvantage is sun creeps in and hits legs and sometimes some part of the top of their heads…otherwise great product!!

  4. mom of 3 little ones on August 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I like this so much I am buying the single stroller so my husband and I can take all three children running together.
    once the wheel is locked its great. I walk fast too normally so I lock the wheel all the time, otherwise it wobbles.
    easy to fold, not super small, but will fit in a trunk.
    my son is over 30 lbs and my daughter over 20 and its very easy to move.