Simplify Your Life with the Piggyback Rider

Simplify Your Life with the Piggyback Rider

Posted by The Piggyback Rider Team on 8th Jul 2019

In honor of National Simplicity Day on July 12, take the opportunity to declutter and eliminate the unnecessary burdens that weigh you down. These can mean things like strollers, heavy hiking backpacks, and your child when you have to carry them on your shoulders or your hip. Simplify your life with the Piggyback Rider standing child carrier on your next adventure.

When your child reaches the age of 2-4 years old, it's time to start thinking about what to do with the strollers. You have kept them as a back up in the case that your child doesn't want to walk the extra mile with you. But what about when that mile doesn't allow a stroller to come along on the adventure? Instead of keeping it as a "just in case" item, let it go, and rely on the Piggyback Rider when your child wants a break.

The Piggyback Rider allows the parent to engage with their child both on and off the bar. No more worrying about how heavy your child will become on your shoulders or your hip. The Piggyback Rider evenly distributes your child's weight so you can take a simple adventure, without the stress of what to do when your child gets tired, especially when the trail doesn't allow for strollers. 

If you are a hiking pack family, we still have you covered. We know that the average hiking pack can weigh you down (literally). The Piggyback Rider weighs only 3 pounds and can still be worn comfortably even when the child isn't on it. We have designed it to be a carrier that your child can easily hop on and off. Use on the adventure, or don't, either way, you have a back up to make your adventure simplified, without the hassle of bringing extra weight along for the ride. 

There are no more excuses to live simply. Toss the strollers and hiking packs and rely on the Piggyback Rider for your next family outing. We strive to create the best experience for both our riders, and the parents who are doing the carrying. 

“Simplicity is the essence of happiness.”

– Cedric Bledsoe