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It's exciting to think that just 11 years ago Bumbleride was an idea jotted on a notepad and a few concepts pinned to a corkboard. Inspired by the birth of their first child, Matthew and Emily Reichardt launched Bumbleride the following year in 2004. As Bumbleride grew, so has their family. Now parents of three children, Matthew and Emily along with a collaborative team, care about making life just a little bit easier for parents and their children.
The Bumbleride team is committed to making baby mobility fun, simple and intuitive. From our designers who seek to understand how you interact with your children and develop ergonomic designs for you and your baby, to our customer care team making you smile. We're all focused on providing what's best for your little one. This is the Bumbleride experience - the ride of your life.
The Bumbleride Promise is our commitment to create the very best product experience for families through a focus on responsible design and a dedication to customer satisfaction.
Everything we do has an impact on this world. From the factories we partner with to the materials we choose, we take the time to think critically and act responsibly.
Life is complicated enough so we include everything you need and nothing you don't. We promise straightforward, common sense design that doesn't try to be too clever.
We know you're busy. So you need products and services that work seamlessly and a partner that supports you if they don't. For us, it's not just about providing quality service, but caring about the service we provide.
In 2013, we set a goal to make our products cleaner for your baby and better for the environment. While this may be a big undertaking, we've started by shifting the way our polyester fabrics are made. Every Bumbleride is now made with 50% recycled PET exterior fabric and 50% bamboo charcoal interior fabric. Polyesters are known for their durability and ability to stay vibrant.
What does it mean to use recycled PET?
PET (or polyethylene terephthalate) is a polyester that's commonly used in packaging, like water bottles. All polyesters are made using synthetic fibers. However by breaking down, sterilizing and creating new fabric from existing material, we are able to take advantage of material that already exists, preventing the production of unnecessary material. It takes about 14 water bottles to produce one set of Indie fabric. One cubic yard of landfill space is conserved by recycling 4,800 water bottles. It may seem like a small amount, but it's a start.
What does it mean to use bamboo charcoal?
Creating bamboo charcoal is a process that involves the breakdown of bamboo fibers into ultra-small nano particles that are infused into polyester fabric. Bamboo charcoal has excellent natural qualities like moisture absorption, temperature regulation and helps to prohibit bacterial growth in the seating area of your stroller. The result is a soft, durable fabric that not only looks good, but is also good for baby.