Mountain Buggy Unirider review: this is how the kids roll

The Mountain Buggy Unirider is here to fill the void between a baby carrier, kiddy backpack and a buggy. Offering plenty of smiles per miles. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
When it comes to heading off the beaten path, the Mountain Buggy Unirider is superb. No matter how rocky the terrain, its single-wheel design rarely stalls. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
What’s more, the lack of any wheelbase means it can turn on a dime, allowing you to push your little one around larger obstacles. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Although it lacks the versatility of a proper buggy around town (you'll still need a backpack for carrying stuff), its sharp looks garner plenty of attention. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Out the box, the MountainBuggy Unirider genuinely takes minutes to assemble. (image credit: The Gear Loop)
Alas, it's bulky to lug around when the little one isn't riding and it doesn't fold down. (image credit: Mountain Buggy)
The grips can also be uncomfortable but it's still a fun way of travelling to the local park, or helping cover the miles on an adventurous day hike. (image credit: The Gear Loop)