Baby Trend Expedition UPF 50+ Canopy Jogging Stroller

Last updated: December 20, 2022

The Baby Trend Expedition Jogger Stroller is versatile, with front wheels that lock while jogging and unlock when you want to use it while walking. The rear brakes require you to use your foot to engage them, and you'll need to be wearing a good pair of shoes to do this comfortably. Its large canopy keeps your child safe from the elements, especially the harmful rays of the sun.

We looked at the top Jogging Strollers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Jogging Stroller you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: With so many safety features, this stroller gives moms and dads peace of mind.

In our analysis of 64 expert reviews, the Baby Trend Expedition UPF 50+ Canopy Jogging Stroller placed 10th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Expedition Jogging Stroller features large bicycle tires and a front swivel wheel that can be unlocked for low speed maneuvering or locked into place for jogging. Stroller also can accept any of the Baby Trend Flex-Lock or Inertia Infant Car Seats to make a travel system, comes with both a parent tray with 2 cup holders and a storage compartment and child tray with cup holder. The multi-position reclining padded seat, has a fully adjustable 5 point safety harness and tether strap, and fully adjustable ratcheting canopy to block the sun and wind. The stroller folds effortlessly with a trigger release into a compact fold for easy storage or transport, and the extra wide ergonomically shaped rubber handle is both soft for pushing and cushy when transporting. Footrest reflectors provide greater low-light visibility, comes with an extra large storage basket, lightweight rugged steel frame construction and JPMA certified. 21″W x 47″L x 41″H.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Most owners rave about how light and easy it is to push, even when compared to strollers that weigh less.
The stroller is compatible with Snap Tech infant car seats and it integrates a stroller mode and carriage mode which are forward-facing and also parent-facing.
The Expedition has a 5-point harness that is easy to put on and take off. It is relatively easy to adjust and has height adjustable shoulder straps and adjustable crotch straps.
Baby Trend is a popular brand for all-terrain strollers. The Expedition Stroller has large bicycle style tires, so it can go on any type of ground from city streets to dirt roads while maintaining a smooth ride and quick speed.
- Heavy
Ideally, the stroller is compatible with any of Baby Trend’s Flex-Lock/Inertia Car Seats for smooth traveling experience.
One way the Baby Trend Expedition pulls ahead of every other jogging stroller I have ever used is with the canopy. The canopy is large and adjusts to cover a lot of area, without holes of sunlight.
Your child is going to enjoy daily outings in a Baby Trend Expedition stroller and one of the reasons is the nice seat. Lay your child back at just the right angle during nap time by using a strap and buckle assembly behind the seat.
Strollers that are meant for jogging should have wheels that lock into place when the parent is jogging, but also unlocks when the parent wants to do low-speed maneuvering. Fortunately, this stroller does both of those things.
The stroller can make a travel framework, accompanies both a guardian plate with 2 glass holders and a capacity compartment and kid plate with container holder.
We love the convenience factor with the two-cup holder where we could store water for us and the child. The large basket was great to use and it carried a spare blanket and our jackets when it got too hot on sunny days.

What reviewers didn't like

Folding is slightly bothersome and takes two hands. Some owners report the tires going flat regularly.
Unfortunately, the Expedition only scored a 5 of 10 for run-ability, and its lack of suspension and adjustable tracking made it a no-go for our professional runner.
The basket underneath is made of a flimsy material. Bicycle tires may get punctures or flats. Not a one-touch folding stroller
- Heavy
You may find yourself frustrated over needing to recline the seat each time you fold it up or when you feel a little wobble now.
Two rear-wheel brakes engage and disengage easily enough, but they are not linked for one-step use. They are also not flip-flop friendly, so make sure you are wearing your jogging shoes!
What we didn’t like was the strong vibration and rattling during those runs.
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