Q: Who is KidRunner for?

A: Parents who want to combine fitness, freedom and performance using the only kid jogger designed to do the things you love instead of trade them.

Q: When can I get a KidRunner?

A: Spring 2017

Q: How much does it cost?

A: The limited release introductory price is $795 and can be purchased only from KidRunners.com, or by contacting us at kidrunners@gmail.com.

Q: Does the price include shipping?

A: Shipping is added during checkout.

Q: Is KidRunner Safe?

A:KidRunner was designed for performance and safety and meets/exceeds stroller industry safety standards. A five point harness and an aircraft grade cockpit keeps them secure, but keep in mind, parent discretion is always the best bet for safety!

Q: What is the age and weight limits for kids?

A:Kids can range from 6mnths to about 4.5 years and from 10lbs to 50lbs.

Q: How much does it weigh?

A:KidRunner weighs about 25 lbs; 30% less than traditional kid joggers. Imagine running or trail hiking or walking on the beach starting 15 to 20 lbs lighter than today’s joggers.

Q: How does KidRunner work?

A:KidRunner was designed for performance, comfort, safety and beauty. It works by incorporating advanced materials and design to give runners and adventurers hands and arms free bio mechanic efficiency. The patented, ‘Harmonic Damping System (HDS)’ insulates the motion of the runner from the seat to ensure runner comfort and a smooth kid ride. There’s nothing like it.

Q: What’s different about it?

A:KidRunner is the world’s only hands/arms free kid jogger on the market. It is at least 15% more bio mechanically efficient, 35% lighter than the competition, enables great running form to reduce injuries and can go almost anywhere. It easily breaks down making it easy to move around. 

Q: What types of terrain can I go on with KidRunner?

A: KidRunner’s harmonic dampening system (HDS) is a patented technology that makes KidRunner the  only kid jogger for multi-terrain running and exploring: trails, beaches, roads, urban…. 

Q: Are there different size harnesses?

A:We have a standard size that fits waists from 24″ to 47″. Should you need something that is on either end of that spectrum, please let us know and we will accommodate a custom size for you!!

Q: what does KidRunner FEEL LIKE when running?

A:It feels great. We put a lot of R&D into comfort, performance, and safety. It’s designed to feel like it is floating behind you.

Q: will there be any How-to instructions?

A: Absolutely!  along with our blog which will chart the fabrication of KidRunner, we will be releasing videos on running with and handling KidRunner.

Q: Do you recommend kids wear a helmet?

A:KidRunner is very safe. We always recommend that kids wear helmets when doing something active on roads, trails, etc.

Q: What do kids think?

A: Its been very interesting: we have noticed that most if not all kids seem to enjoy seeing their parent in front of them.  In some ways, it makes perfect sense having comfort in this scenario.  It also may be a reason why so many kids get so comfortable in KidRunner that they fall asleep! Many kids who will last maybe 20 minutes in a traditional stroller are fine going for 2 to 4 times that long.  Your results might vary but one of our ambassadors’ kids who rode in a KidRunner  in a half marathon hadnt been in a stroller in months as he always wanted out of his push stroller after 10 minutes!

Q: How portable is KidRunner?

A:KidRunner is lightweight, compact and easy to breakdown. It easily fits in the trunk of any standard car, the back seat, etc.

Q: is KidRunner adjustable for different parents and/or kids?

A: The “bow” which connects parent to cockpit, can be lengthened or shortened by 7 inches to accommodate different runner’s heights from 4’10” to 6’5″.

The cockpit has an adjustment which pivots forward and backward to accommodate different height and weight kids.

Q: Can you race with KidRunner?

A: Yes. We’ve won 10k’s and finished half-marathons.

Q: Is KidRunner patented?

A:Yes. Two patents have been issued for performance and safety and two more are pending.