Tike Tech Trax360 Single Swivel Stroller

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Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (18 reviews)

With its relaxed smooth geometry and front swivel wheel the Tike TechTrax360 is a radically responsive stroller. The ultra light oval shaped aluminum frame makes for a snappy ride. With a generous interior, fully padded lowride seat with 5 point harness and removable, adjustable seat grab bar, this no nonsense stroller offers great comfort and performance .With many useful accessories available, the Trax360 is unmatched. Add top of the line features with a rugged design and you get the most versatile 3 wheel stroller available at a price you can afford.


  • JPMA Certified
  • Lockable front swivel via unique handle control
  • Unique rear cable brake system allows for more kick space and compact fold
  • Extra large storage basket with additional front access
  • Parent console with cup holder

Additional Info





60 lbs



Yes – With Adapter (Sold Separately)

Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar



28.5 pounds

31.5 x 20.1 x 14.5

Tike Tech Trax360 Single Swivel Stroller3.5518

18 Reviews for “Tike Tech Trax360 Single Swivel Stroller”

  1. jamie J on December 12th, 2006 at 12:00 am

    Great jogging stroller. It folds nicely and is quite compact. We’re very happy with this.

  2. Kim the busy mom on December 12th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    We purchased this stroller because of the swivel feature and because it is quite light compared with many of the other strollers. We’re so pleased with this purchase! The construction is excellent; it folds up easily and it easily fits into our car/wagon . It’s comfortable for my child and he gets great views as the seat is nice and high. What great versatility this stroller offers! Love the grab bar and the fact that it is adjustable .The only room for improvement is to offer a bigger basket.

  3. riv new mom on March 3rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    both the basket and the grab bar broke off before the 3rd use! horrible construction. spend the money and get something sturdier.

  4. Casey (proud soccer mom) on March 7th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    My son loves watching his older sisters play soccer and does so from the comfort of his trax360. He has a great view of the games and believe me he is more comfortable then all the other kids. We really like this stroller. This is one of those strollers even a dad can enjoy. It has great features and is easy to fold. We have used this stroller for nine months and it still feels great. We broke our grab bar which was our fault entirely .My husband tied down the stroller (by route of the grab bar) to the top of the jeep to meet me and my son at a game. He ran over a large whole and the stroller found its way on the road. Lucky I guess as the entire stroller was fine but the grab bar. We did contact tike tech wanting to purchase another grab bar and after explaining what happened they were kind enough to send another one at no charge. Great customer service.Thank you tike tech.

  5. Rebecca in Ptown on April 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    The stroller is very lightweight, attractive.
    The straps are very hard to adjust and take forever to get baby in/out but, they are very sturdy and I can’t imagine a baby EVER undoing them while you weren’t looking.

  6. sebastian's mom on May 20th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Not only is this stroller super easy to assemble, it’s also not as bulky as other joggers, folds to a very compact size and is relatively light! We’ve been using a travel system stroller and I decided to buy this one since the weather is nicer and I’m able to take my son jogging with me. It has a nice sized canopy and on optional grab bar which I think is great. It doesn’t come with a water bottle holder but you can buy it separate. I only have ONE complaint. I HATE the harness system. Our high chair has the same thing. You snap it kind of like a seat belt buckle around the waist and then you have to clip them for the shoulders. Not only is it EXTREMELY hard to clip on and off, but it’s hard to do with an impatient baby sitting there. I agree that you need a 5 point harness for the baby’s protection, but if there were any way that this could be done with the same material’s as a normal car seat has that would have been GREAT! The harness would have to be the jogger’s only flaw.

  7. Disappointed on August 4th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This stroller has a nice smooth ride and is easy to jog with but getting the baby in and out of the stroller and trying to adjust the straps is a big pain. Also in the owner’s manual, it states that this is not a jogging stroller: “Tike Tech Trax360 strollers are designed for easy fun strolling and speed walking (not jogging). For jogging see our sports series line.” We bought this brand because it was a bit cheaper, but I wish now that we would’ve just gone with the more expensive one.

  8. Pete's Mom on August 22nd, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I was really pissed when I read the owner’s manual and it stated this is NOT designed for use as a jogging stroller despite the fact that it is clearly marketed as a jogging stroller. It actually broke when I used it jogging.

    I have enjoyed using it for walks but it’s not a good jogging stroller. After a year of use, it wobbles and squeaks, and seems to be of poor quality in general. If I have another baby, I’m ditching this and getting a double BOB.

  9. Happy Mom on November 26th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We are very pleased with this purchase. It is a nice looking stroller and is very easy to push. This stroller has all the features we were looking for in a stroller at a great price. My only complaint would be that the sun visor on the front of the canopy does not go down as much as I think it should. We purchased the insert with side wings which I would highly recommend. I would recommend this stroller.

  10. Outdoor Family on December 7th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I used this stroller daily with my 15 month old until the weather got too cold. We went on walks to the park and around the neighborhood. I only used it jogging a couple of times. I love it for daily walks and had no problems jogging. […] I love how comfortable it is to push, the adjustable handlebar, the comfort for my daughter, the sturdiness, and it is still lightweight. The clips on the straps are HORRIBLE, but the rest makes up for that! We are expecting again and plan on getting the double. It is great for the price and I highly recommend checking out [@] for other reviews[…]

  11. East Coast Mom on December 13th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Love it , love it , love it! This stroller rocks. We were excepting a stroller that was good and that would get us by. When we opened it up we were so pleasantly surprised to see it had all the bells and whistles seen in a pricier stroller .We were blown away. This is a top notch stroller. Good stuff.

  12. Andrew's Mom on January 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Very disappointing. Pieces are cheaply made and tough to put together and take apart. Struggled to put belly bar in place and then my husband and I could not detatch it. Not sure how it got so many good reviews. Will be returning it for the reasonably priced, high quality Baby Jogger!

  13. Informed Mom / Research-a-holic on January 19th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I did hours upon hours of research. I NEVER buy anything uninformed. My overall opinion, "it’s so-so." The stroller was really easy to move around. (turns on a dime) It’s not hard open and close. It’s not bulky. Has a big canopy. Has a decent size basket. The problems I had is that it’s DEFINITELY NOT for LARGER CHILDREN. My daughter is just turning 3, is 38 lbs, and around 38 inches. She doesn’t fit in it. The problem isn’t the weight limit, it’s the length of the stroller. She just now fits in it and she can’t even lay down in it.(her head sticks out the back) The description say "2 months to 5 years." Another thing is it’s NOT VERY LIGHT. With the wheels on it’s 26 lbs.(I weighed it) It’s the same weight as my Graco Quattro travel system stroller. (not including carrier) It’s also hard to recline. It has straps that you loosen in order to recline the seat. Also, the grab bar is hard to put on and take off. I’m sure with a few uses it gets easier. […]

  14. Jennmom on February 17th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Stroller works great for my 3 1/2 year old son. The size it perfect, he fits in it well. He is 30 lbs and 39 inches if that helps. The shade it a little hard to move back and forth but its not a big issue. […]

  15. One Baby Mom on March 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We mostly take walks with this stroller, on bumpy sidewalks and roads, gravel trails. It has held up very well after about 3/4 of a year of use. I like that it is lightweight and turns so easily. It also holds a lot more than the 5 lbs in the basket. However, the strap system is horrible and very hard to unlock without snapping a finger. It arrived with a broken grab bar and warped wheel, although these were replaced quickly by customer service. The baby also cannot fully sit up. The sunshade cannot adjust enough to block bright sunshine from hitting baby in the face. It is an easy stroller to fold and throw in the back of the car. Overall, this stroller gets a “B”. It has mostly served my needs however, I would shop around before deciding whether or not to buy from this company again.

  16. Katie on April 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I haven’t run with this stroller yet, but it is working great! We’ve used it for the past 2 months and it has great shocks, and rolls smooth. I imagine running will be quite similar and pleasant. Pros: I can roll across our very bumpy/hilly lawn with ease; rolls very smooth; easy to steer with swivel front wheel; color stands out making me feel safer on streets without sidewalks; Cons: the straps are hard to undo and figure out; it folds up pretty big, and I need to take wheels off to fit it in my car – but not unlike most jogger strollers; lots of things sold separately – cup holder; the bottom is really hard, so we will definately be getting the insert soon; wish they included or sold a tire pump – it took a while to find a pump that fit the tires and you do need one; customer service is very unresponsive – […] Worth the money, and is a great stroller for the price – especially compared to more expensive brands.

  17. Lunabin on May 11th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Though I’m keeping it at 4 stars, I have to amend my first review. I CAN fit it in my car with the wheels on. I drive a very small hatchback (Scion XA), and it fits – just barely – in my back hatch with the wheels on! I also ran for the first time with it, and it was terrific. Runs so smooth that the leash strap was both useful and reassuring.

    Oh, and watch babies fingers in those clips – I pinched myself twice in them and it really hurts!

  18. A working mom on July 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    The clips and other hinges (like the grab bar) are almost impossible to assemble. There must be something wrong with the plastic they are using. It hurt my fingers and who wants to fight with a strap every day???!!!!!!!!!