a Rafflecopter giveaway This giveaway has been drawn 🙂 Winner was B Coleman (congrats you!). Below review is still just as valid though. B.O.B. Revolution SE stroller through its paces. We packed up the kids and headed to our local Roadcraft Driver Education centre. After completing my stretching exercises with my donned helmet (safety first), we began. The idea was to strap Miss1 in and belt around the outside of the primary school bicycle road circuit, comparing times with no stroller, old stroller and lovely, new, ‘OMG it’s gorgeous’ BOB Revolution SE stroller. Now before I go on I think perhaps I should mention, the reason Tracey umm’d a bit when she saw the box was for a jogging stroller is I am not, by any stretch of the imagination, an athlete. I cycle, yes. Often. But I don’t run. I don’t jog. I don’t dart, sprint or skip. I did managed a trot several months ago, but it didn’t go well. Walking is what I do, and often under sufferance. So my plan was to power walk my way around the course. Oh, I also don’t power walk. “Go!” yelled Tracey, with just a little too much of a smile on her face for my liking. To make things more interesting my kids had lined up on their bikes to race me around the track. Miss9 had even volunteered to play medic if I needed one, which was a lovely sentiment. My first lap was competed in 1.35 minutes. “Two to go,” grinned Tracey. It suddenly occurred to me Tracey does most the pram pushing in this family: she should be doing this. B.O.B. Revolution SE is bigger and we have limited space in the Paj (wouldn’t be a problem in a normal car or with a normal sized family). However, I’ve just timed myself in the kitchen and when it’s collapsed it takes an extra four seconds to remove the side wheels (nine seconds in total to collapse it) and a total of eleven seconds to snap the wheels on and deftly flick the stroller open – everything just clicks beautifully into place. Yes, this is a stroller for joggers, but I have to say it’s also a damn good piece of kit just for pushing your bundle of preciousness around town. Well done, Bob, whoever you are. Your stroller is a winner in my books. The good people at BOB have given me one of these fantastic strollers to giveaway – check out the entry at the top of the page, and tell your friends! Especially your childless friends. If they win they can gift it to you!! For more information on this stroller, and others in the range, here’s a LINK 🙂 Facebook Page. ’raising a family on little more than laughs’ Share this:FacebookPinterestTwitterEmailPrintMoreRedditTumblrLinkedIn Related
Pick me I have a 2 week old 🙂
Good luck, anonymous 🙂 And everyone else – remember, you’ve got to be in it to win it.
Would love to win one of these to take bushwalking and geocaching, normal prams just don’t take the (ab)use we give them!
I would love to win this to give to a beautiful young woman we know Lauren she has just had her second baby and they nearly lost him during the birth and she would love to be able to use this to take him walking and jogging while her little 3 yr old rides along side
Good luck guys !!!
Loved your blog entry. I love how you said “I can see why people do this”, yeah, I’m yet to find out why. Wow, 9 seconds to collapse, that would be awesome.
Ha ha, laughed till I cried reading this 🙂
We’d love a BOB to get us moving (need to go fast here in Tassie to get warm!)
Loved reading this! Would also love to win!
I totally read this line- “Those shoes say athlete to me”
as “these shoes athlete me”. 😀
A bit Jerry Maguire, Wendy?
Oh how this would help with my exercise I can take my little one out with me as this would be much easier please let it be me 🙂
Unfortunately I missed the giveaway, but still enjoyed this review (especially the photos)!
Thanks for sharing with us your insights on this BOB stroller 🙂
We’ve only just given it on to another family. It really was a great stroller.