Mountain Buggy Bagrider

How Mountain Buggy’s Luggage Makes Traveling with Kids a Whole Lot Easier

The Mountain Buggy Bagrider carry-on doubles as a stroller, keeping your toddler secure and freeing up your hands.

Between carrying a diaper bag, pushing a stroller and dealing with your own carry-on, traveling with children can be difficult and cumbersome. Multiply that by the number of kids you have and it’s often a recipe for a very high-stress situation. While there are tips and tricks to make flying with little ones easier (such as packing PJs, snacks, activities), you may be surprised to learn that Mountain Buggy makes child-friendly luggage that can take a load off your back — literally!

The Mountain Buggy Bagrider is a carry-on suitcase that does more than just keep your personal items safe inside a tough hardshell. It also transforms from a two-wheeled suitcase into a four-wheeled baby stroller with a padded travel seat to keep your child securely strapped in while you’re rushing to your connecting flight.

Designed with safety in mind, the Bagrider’s frame is made of tough, durable nylon plastic tested to withstand 33 pounds. The Bagrider has two sets of wheels. It takes a simple twist of a dial to switch the bag between modes so it rolls on a stable four-wheeled A-frame in the pushchair setting. The luggage can easily be outfitted with the accompanying five-point safety harness that keeps your child’s center of gravity inside the wheelbase.

The bag itself has a capacity of 35 liters and boasts a zipper divider and mesh pockets to keep smaller items from being thrown about during your travels.

Moutain Buggy Bagrider, $99.99, Mountain Buggy


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