Taga Stroller Trike can now transform into a baby stroller

by Mark R

About a year ago, we covered the Taga Stroller Trike, which is essentially exactly what it says that it is: a way of putting your little kids on a much easier method of transport.

As you can see from the video, the Taga can now transform from bike into stroller. This looks like a new feature, as I did not see that feature when I reported on it the first time. I remember saying that it folds up, but they said nothing about its transforming feature.

This must be why the company has put out all these videos of the Transforming Taga. Especially since it can do its shape-changing feat in just 20 seconds. Considering the struggles that I have had with my strollers, I would say that is pretty good.

As I have said before, my experience with strollers isn’t always pleasant. I found that strollers didn’t turn when they should, and were horrendous to push uphill, even if there was only a slight slope. This particular Taga is like one of those awesome ones with three spoked wheels, easy to move, and get around.

Of course, all of this costs, and costs plenty. Price of the Taga Transformer: $1,495. Dang! Unless you are those parents from 18 Kids and Counting, I don’t see this as a wise investment.


10 reviews or comments

Dutch mom Says: March 29, 2010 at 2:13 am

Being a dutch mommy owning a Taga, I cannot express how happy I am with my Taga. I use it instead of a second car – in bike mode when distance is too long to walk and then convert it into stroller to go shopping – no parts to leave behind that can be stolen either!

Mark Walters Says: March 31, 2010 at 7:29 pm

Can I say wow! This is one of the best inventions of the decade for daddies like me. Like Dutch mom, I am very happy with my Taga.

Tom Says: July 8, 2010 at 10:47 am

“Unless you are those parents from 18 Kids and Counting, I don’t see this as a wise investment.”

Being an owner of one, I disagree. The Taga can be used literally from newborn to age six, and even after that you can ditch the kid seat in favor of a full-blown shopping cart attachment in its place. We’re keeping ours until our 2&1/2 year old turns 6, then using the shopping cart part and keeping it for when we have grandkids! Pricey? Absolutely. A bad investment? Not on your life!

Al Hardy Says: September 10, 2010 at 10:33 am

It looks like a great stroller and I was planning on doing a review of it at Baby Stroller Reviews but saw the price and decide most of the people that would read by review site would not be able to buy it. I certain would like to get one for my grandson. Great job on your research.

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