Close Close
Mother and Baby

Accessories for your three-wheel pushchair

Cool and useful stuff to make the most of your new three-wheeler. Read our buying guide to three-wheel pushchairs here
Expand Image

Buggi lights £14.99, buggilights.com

Illuminate winter walks with these super-cute headlights.
Expand Image

Mamas & Papas fox travel toy £8, mamasandpapas.com

We haven’t seen a cuter pram toy.
Expand Image

Skip Hop stroller organiser £22, maguari.com

With adjustable straps that will fit onto most three-wheelers, this organiser features a wide, open top so you can find all your essentials in a second.
Expand Image

Mamas & Papas footmuff £139.95, mamasandpapas.com

If you’re heading off-road this winter, your baby will be snug in this down-filled footmuff. With a water- and dirt-resistant outer fabric, it’ll stay clean too.
Expand Image

Mountain Buggy Freerider £79, connectors from £19, mountainbuggy.com

Clever stuff this! The Freerider is a buggy board that converts to a free-wheeling scooter suitable for children up to five years old. Compatible with several makes of three-wheel pushchairs, it attaches to the rear frame via a connector.
Expand Image

Pump and puncture repair kit

These should be permanently stored in the pushchair’s basket, especially if you’re heading out into rough terrain. Only a hand-operated pump should be used. We like Out ’n’ About’s mini tyre pump (£9.95), tyre sealant (£9.95) and puncture repair kit (£3, outnabout.com). Pushchair tyres generally feature the same valves as bicycle tyres. They should be inflated to a pressure of 22PSI. If you do a lot of off-road miles, it’s worth investing in a pressure gauge to regularly check this. Otherwise, re-inflate the tyre if you can depress it with your thumb.
Related content:

Comments

No comments have been made yet.

"