Updated May 21, 2020 by Karen Bennett

The 10 Best 3 Wheel Strollers

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This wiki has been updated 7 times since it was first published in March of 2018. A popular choice among active parents, 3-wheel strollers are usually easy to navigate through tight, crowded, spaces, and many feature air-filled tires that can handle bumpy terrain, such as gravel, sand, and uneven pavement. They’re often a breeze to push with just one hand and can also come with a lockable front wheel that makes them suitable for use when you’re jogging. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best 3 wheel stroller on Amazon.

10. Bob Gear Rambler

9. Baby Trend Expedition

8. Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight

7. Chicco Tre

6. Baby Jogger Summit X3

5. Jeep Classic Jogging

4. Chicco Activ3

3. Graco FastAction

2. Thule Urban Glide 2

1. Bob Gear Revolution Flex 3.0

Special Honors

Zigo Leader X2 If you can’t decide between a four-wheel or a three-wheel stroller, this 4-in-1 model will suit your needs well. This bicycle with a baby carrier can be converted into a conventional stroller or a jogger when you attach the single front wheel that's sold separately. There’s also an optional trailer kit with a pod that can be used as a conventional bike trailer. It’s also convenient for anyone who likes to bike to work, when used as the Leader Cycle, which is a stylish multi-speed city bike. It’s quick and easy to transform from one mode to another. myzigo.com

Editor's Notes

May 16, 2020:

These three-wheel strollers are more maneuverable than their conventional four-wheel counterparts, and many feature lockable front wheels that make them suitable as jogging strollers. One such option is the newly added Jeep Classic Jogging, which is a highly affordable choice that comes with a 12-inch front wheel and 16-inch back ones to ensure a smooth ride. Its extendable visor provides UPF 50+ protection and also does a good job shielding from the rain, wind, and snow. It can be part of a travel system when you use compatible car seats from the manufacturer, and it conveniently meets Disney size requirements. It’s available in either eye-catching red or neutral gray and comes with a swing-away child tray and a reclining seat. The safety tether ensures your child will always stay close when you run. It replaces the Schwinn Arrow, which has been discontinued.

The Bob Gear Revolution Flex 3.0, in an updated version, remains in the number one spot on our list, thanks to its ability to keep your child comfortable on all types of terrain. It’s got pneumatic tires and offers infinite recline, so your little one can be situated anywhere from upright to nearly lying down. Reflective accents help ensure nighttime visibility, and you can keep an eye on your little one through the sunshade’s peekaboo window. The Thule Urban Glide 2 also comes very highly rated, and is designed for outdoorsy parents who like to bring their little one on walks or runs on a range of terrains. The twist-brake system ensures safety, and the rear suspension makes for an ultra-smooth ride.

For a model that can be used as part of a travel system, look to the Graco FastAction. It’s compatible with select car seats from the manufacturer, and is easy to assemble as well as collapse when you’re done using it. It sports durable pneumatic tires and offers a handy parent tray with cupholders and clips to hold your smartphone in place. For a three-wheel stroller that actually comes with a car seat, check out the Baby Trend Expedition, which makes it a breeze to transfer your bundle of joy from the car to the stroller and back again. It comes in at a budget-friendly price, but note that it doesn’t fold up as compactly as some others.

As stated, many of these three-wheel models are designed for jogging with your little one. Be sure to check with your pediatrician as to what age is safe to start running with your child. Unless they’re compatible with car seats, most all-terrain strollers are not designed for use with infants who are younger than six months of age, and some experts do not recommend jogging with a baby if they’re less than one year old. If the stroller does accept a car seat, make sure you follow the manufacturer’s directions regarding attaching it, and ensure that it’s connected to the stroller’s frame securely before you start walking or jogging.


Karen Bennett
Last updated on May 21, 2020 by Karen Bennett

Karen Bennett lives in Chicago with her family, and when she’s not writing, she can usually be found practicing yoga or cheering on her kids at soccer games. She holds a master’s.degree in journalism and a bachelor’s in English, and her writing has been published in various local newspapers, as well as “The Cheat Sheet,” “Illinois Legal Times,” and “USA Today.” She has also written search engine news page headlines and worked as a product manager for a digital marketing company. Her expertise is in literature, nonfiction, textbooks, home products, kids' games and toys, hardware, teaching accessories, and art materials.


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