Born in San Diego, California
In 2004, Matt and Emily Reichardt, inspired by the birth of their first child Ella started Bumbleride out of their home in San Diego. Living active lifestyles with kids while recognizing the impact of the products we use continues to spark creativity at Bumbleride.
Designed For Adventures
We design Bumbleride products as gear, purpose-built to perform, whether taking your little ones on a trail run or navigating the local farmers market. That’s why we design every element in house, from the ground up, drawing on the collective feedback of real parents.
The textiles, aluminum and plastics that make up Bumbleride products are carefully chosen for durability, safety and function, but also for their environmental impact. Manufacturing can be a dirty business so we seek out suppliers that are innovating to save energy, conserve water and reduce pollution in landfills. All of our fabrics are OEKO-TEX Standard 100, Class I certified free from harmful chemicals. Bumbleride fabrics are made from 100% RPET (which is made from post-consumer water bottles, polyethylene terephthalate). In addition, our black colorways use an innovative dye process that conserves approximately 25-40 gallons of water per stroller. This dye process not only reduces water use, but also pollution created from the dye process.