one parent, one child, one wheel!
dad pushing toddler around on our unirider™ at the playground - Mountain Buggy unirider™ pilot Annaliese, mother of two
Mountain Buggy unirider 2018 Junior Design Award Bronze winner with unirider in yellow_yellow
Mountain Buggy unirider side view in yellow_yellow
Mountain Buggy unirider with mum pushing her son in the city_yellow
Mountain Buggy unirider with dad pushing his son while jogging_yellow
Mountain Buggy unirider with dad pushing his daughter in the park_yellow


one parent, one child, one wheel!

Young thrill seekers who want independence and excitement during those daily walks and feel they are too cool for their buggy; they can definitely get that keen adventurous spirit going with the award winning unirider™.

This patented innovation is truly a class of its own, so be prepared to stand out from the crowd as unirider™ not only looks different, it also delivers a truly unique riding experience that develops balance and confidence for your child, as well as having fun while still keeping them at your fingertips.

Exclusive to mountainbuggy.com, and select retail partners.

Thank you to all our competition entrants, we'll be in touch with the lucky winners via email. Check out some of their amazing artwork below.

$69.99 CAD

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Product Code: UNIRIDER_V1

some fabulous entries from around the world

what makes unirider unique

"You know a product is a big hit with your four year old when he yells out 'this is sooooo much fun!' as he whizzes by on the unirider pushed along by his dad."

Mel Zgomba, mother of one, 

Wellington, New Zealand

full features breakdown
12” air filled tyres, for a true all terrain performance
a robust steel handlebar for durability and strength
maximum load of up to 25kg
light to use and handle at just 3kgs / 7lbs
minutes to assemble
easy manoeuvrability and handling
molded plastic seat for a more comfortable ride for your toddler
two comfortable feet positions for your child
essentials for safe riding
Age range
2 - 5 years
Maximum load
Product weight
unirider™ instructions

Setting up your unirider™ is easy! Find all the details you need here for how to set up and use!

Setting up your unirider™ is easy! Find all the details you need here for how to set up and use!

Customer Reviews

Based on 66 reviews

Package was damaged and reboxed and taped up. I hope there’s nothing damaged or missing when my son opens it for Christmas!

Jessica Steenburgen
You have to get one!!!

My son is 2.5 and he loves this. He loves going down steps and me running. His u cord and aunt and dad love doing it with him also. We sure get looks walking with this cool thing. People wanna know what it is. My son giggles and says faster the whole time. I wish I got this Unirider sooner

Hi Jessica, thanks for the great feedback - we love to hear little kiddos having so much fun in the great outdoors!! MBx


Excellent concept

Must-have for active babies!

We got this for my daughter at 11mos old. She hates strollers or being strapped into anything, so when I saw the unirider I knew we had to try it. She is obsessed! We live on a few acres so we go around the property daily. It goes up and down hills, over gravel, dirt, concrete, roots, grass etc. She tumped off a few times in the beginning in the grass but she wanted to get right back on. We did get her a helmet! We even ride it around the house on rainy days. I'm sure she will love it for the next couple years.

My toddler loves it!

My little one is 25 months. He has shown very little interest in trikes/bikes/scooters but he loves the unirider.

My toddler will wear his helmet for the unirider, so that in itself is a great review from him. He will not put his helmet on for anything else, will just choose to not do whatever it is rather than wear his helmet. 4 year old cousin also had a turn when we went on a bush walk, he loved it too.

I would say that the only negative is that it's hard to manhandle a toddler who doesn't want to leave the playground and the unirider. He can choose not to ride if he would rather stay and play! But that's just toddler world, can't be straight forward all the time :-)

A minor design comment is that it is not the easiest thing to park, but I don't think there is anything that could easily be done about that.

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