Bugaboo makes one stroller that can convert to a double, the Bugaboo Donkey.
You can order the Donkey as a mono (single) version for one child and purchase a second seat when your family grows—or purchase the Donkey for use for siblings and twins right away in Duo and Twin modes.
In addition to the convertible Donkey3 model, all Bugaboo strollers can be used for an older toddler and younger sibling with the addition of the Bugaboo Comfort Wheeled Board and adapters if needed.
Looking for more options of strollers that convert from single to double? Check out our guide to the Best Convertible Strollers that Grow with Your Family.
To turn your existing Bugaboo Donkey from a single to a double, build your own custom second seat by purchasing these items:
The Donkey Duo comes with the seat fabrics for two toddler seats and one bassinet, while the Donkey Twin comes with an extra bassinet fabric—allowing you to use either two stroller seats or two bassinets on the stroller.
The Bugaboo Fox is a single stroller that cannot convert into a double.
Bugaboo designed the Fox to be both light weight and extremely durable, with a sleek frame that is lighter than many full-featured single strollers.
Although the Fox cannot be a double stroller, it can adapt to support your growing family.
If your older child is active but wants a place to rest their feet while you're out and about, add the Comfort Wheeled Board to the back of the stroller—no adapters needed.
This ride-along board also has a unique bicycle-type seat so it can support children older than 18 months that can sit, walk and hold themselves without assistance.
Much like the Bugaboo Fox, the Lynx is a single stroller that does not convert to a double but can be used with a ride-along board for a second child.
The Lynx is designed to be a sturdy but lightweight single stroller that supports one child from birth (with purchase of bassinet fabrics sold separately or an infant car seat) until they no longer need a stroller.
To use the Lynx with an infant and an older toddler, the Bugaboo Comfort Wheeled Board attaches to the Lynx frame without adapters and is a good solution if your toddler is active but may want a place to perch occasionally.
Although discontinued in 2019 and replaced with the Lynx, the Cameleon stroller was one of Bugaboo's longest-running options, a classic design for one child that included a bassinet for use from birth.
You can use the Cameleon3 with two children by adding the Bugaboo Comfort Wheeled Board along with the Cameleon3 adapters, as long as your older toddler is over 18 months and can sit, walk and hold themselves up without assistance. It's great for a growing family with a newborn on the way and an older child who is active but wants a place to perch on longer outings.
The Bugaboo Bee cannot convert into a double stroller but also offers the option of attaching a board for an older sibling to ride along.
The Bugaboo Comfort Wheeled board attaches to the Bee5 or Bee6 frame without adapters.
If you have a Bee3 or older model, you will need an adapter to attach it to your stroller.
The Comfort Wheeled board is intended for use with a child who is at least 18 months and can sit, walk and hold themselves up without assistance.
Bugaboo's smallest stroller, the Ant, is designed to be a convenient and compact travel option for one child.
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