Schwinn Joyrider Jogger Jogging Stroller Review – Red/Grey

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Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (1 review)

The Schwinn Joyrider has 20 lightweight alloy wheels and an aluminum frame. The stroller folds compactly with quick release wheels that come off for easy trunk storage. The molded parent console holds gear and drinks and the adjustable handle provides maximum running comfort. The secure harness plus shocks provide a smooth safe ride while the spacious cabin is padded for comfort while the integrated weather shield protects from wind and rain. The seat accommodates one child up to 50 lbs. There is a roomy under seat storage for extra gear.


  • Baby Jogger Patented Quick-Fold Technology
  • Accessory Mounting Bracket makes accessorizing your stroller a snap!
  • 12″ quick-release wheels with front suspension and lockable swivel front wheel for all terrain strolling.
  • Padded reclining seat to a near flat position
  • Multi-position sun canopy with clear view windows and side ventilation panels

Additional Info





50 lbs



Yes – With Adapter (Sold Separately)

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



32 pounds

39.0 x 21.0 x 12.0

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One Review for “Schwinn Joyrider Jogger Jogging Stroller Review – Red/Grey”

  1. Steve, runnin' papi on May 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I was torn with all the jogging strollers out there. I wasn’t sure how it would be to run with it, and I couldn’t justify stepping up to the Bob (we do 5k’s and such). I chose this stroller since it had a hand brake, weather shield and storage for drinks and other items. I have been blown away with this stroller, and it has exceeded my expectations in every way (how often do you get to say that???).

    The weather shield is great, and we have used several times to protect Lucas (our boy) from the wind. I don’t run with him in the rain, so at first I thought we would never use this feature… but it really helps when things start blowing for two reasons: I keeps the wind off of Lucas, and second, it it more aerodynamic (which sounds silly, until you are running into a 10mph headwind pushing a stroller).

    This stroller tracks great, and is relatively easy to move around. There are two drink holders, a zippered area for keys,great underneath storage, and two more spots on top of the canopy. There is a little “window” you can look down into to see your little one. The hand brake is good (although I almost never use it), and the parking brake is easy to use. It also has some pretty burly shocks on it that could make it good for light trails.

    The stroller breaks down quick, and my wife is able to fit it into the trunk of her VW easily. All around this was a fantastic value, and if I had to choose again, I certainly would go with this stroller!