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Between the Dragonfly and Electa, Electa is the sturdier. The Dragonfly definitely isn't for dirt and forest roads, it is a VERY urban stroller, too light to be sturdy enough for that.
The Electa is the strdier, as I said, and a nice choice for the city. You can pass some bumps with pretty much any stroller, but for any more regular forest walks, it is not the best choice, the suspension is harder, and the ride will be bumpy. I would go for a bit larger wheeled stroller for that.
Check the Easywalker systems for example, or the Baby Jogger City Sights. Joie strollers could be a nice option, too. Of course, I am suggesting more urban models that are a bit more suitable for bumpy roads.