YippieYo Crossbuggy Review

Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.

I have written before about using a double pushchair for LP and Little Man – even though they are five and three. There are days out and adventures that they can’t manage and get tired easily so we just aren’t in the position to ditch the pushchair just yet.

So when we heard about YippieYo it looked like a logical next step for us. The YippieYo Crossbuggy is a pull along vehicle for children that looks like a cross between a pushchair seat and a trailer.

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

We were sent a YippieYo Crossbuggy to review and I loved it immediately. The times we use a pushchair are purely the big days out and the YippieYo Crossbuggy looked perfect for that. Although it arrives with the wheels seperate these were quick to put in place and we had a working YippieYo Crossbuggy in just a few minutes.

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

The YippieYo Crossbuggy has so many colour options and styles and we chose silver, black and navy as a gender neutral option and the children couldn’t wait to climb in and investigate the YippieYo Crossbuggy for themselves. It has such a nice padded seat with a high back rest, perfect for a comfortable ride. The sides are padded and the five point harness is a good size and really easy to adjust. From the very start I was confident that the children would be both safe and comfortable in their new wheels.

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

The YippieYo Crossbuggy seat is a really good size, easily accommodating LP and Little Man but with room to use it for a good few years to come. The wheels are big and sturdy, perfect for both on and off road – so great for a day out in the countryside, a festival or even a day at a tourist attraction. YippieYo is great for any situation.

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy
Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

Both Hubby and I found the YippieYo Crossbuggy really nice to pull along but a little strange to get used to – after years of pushing pushchairs in front of us. It also took a lot of people by surprise – saying excuse me and then them not seeing the YippieYo and almost getting run over by it! But aside from that – which we can’t change – it was a great pushchair alternative for LP and Little Man, and made them feel a lot more grown up too.

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy
Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

The YippieYo handle has a bike style handbrake on it which was great if we were moving fast although we tended to just slow down to a stop which worked fine too. The back of the YippieYo Crossbuggy has a storage section with room to store a bag, shopping or a picnic all secured with a bungee cord. It would have been nice if this storage space was slightly deeper to accommodate a little bit more but we’ve happily used it for our change bag and cool bag. It’s nice that there is space to store things as it leaves us handsfree to pull the YippieYo along and enjoy the ride.

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy
Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

We’ve loved using the YippieYo and really don’t have any criticisms of it. It’s quite big but the handle folds across it to make it more compact and the back rest folds down too. It fits easily into our Zafira boot but probably wouldn’t fit in the boot of a smaller car although you can take the wheels off too. It’s also quite heavy to put in and out of the car but not any heaver than a double travel system pushchair and it’s worth the weight for how great it is on a day out.

Review: YippieYo Crossbuggy

But, the main point is what Little Man and LP think of the YippieYo. To be honest, they love it. They climb in and out happily – more so than pushchairs – and they love the new perspective that sitting in the YippieYo gives them. It’s comfortable, it’s fun and they couldn’t be happier. YippieYo indeed!

Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.



  1. October 7, 2016 / 10:09 am

    I love the little video, looks like a great idea as an alternative to a buggy for older children.

  2. October 7, 2016 / 11:02 am

    This looks amazing. My youngest two are 4 and 6 and the youngest is always tired and looking for a carry when we are on a long day out. Love they there is space for bags too.

  3. October 8, 2016 / 9:44 pm

    Wow. I love this. It looks so handy and completely different to a pushchair

    Cat x

  4. October 9, 2016 / 8:01 am

    I love the video, did LP do a bit of filming? This looks like a great next step from a pushchair. With my girls ages 4 and 2 years old, Holly still needs a pushchair, but Alice doesn’t. Yet Alice gets tired on days out and we end up having to carry her and she is getting heavier. I’m pleased they are enjoying have a ride in it. x

  5. October 9, 2016 / 8:27 pm

    This looks fantastic! I’m sure we had the same double pushchair as you in the past. I am getting a bit fed up of it, as are the little ones. This would be so handy, and so much fun for them!

    • October 9, 2016 / 9:11 pm

      I think you need one in your life Esther! x

  6. October 9, 2016 / 10:06 pm

    What a fab idea! G still gets so tired when we go for a long day out and she sometimes asks to go in the buggy. This is the perfect solution!!

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