Nishiki Men’s Pueblo

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Weight
30 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Nishiki Men's Pueblo. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

10 reasons to buy

  • The Nishiki Men’s Pueblo is affordable.
  • The bike has a front suspension fork that softens the impact riders feel on bumpy trails and roads.
  • The steel frame is extremely durable.
  • The bike excels on paved trails and roads, according to one tester.
  • Users were pleased a child seat is easy to add to the bike.
  • With a size 18” frame older children and teenage riders found the bike a good fit.
  • The Men’s Pueblo is offered in five sizes.
  • Nishiki offers the bike in five attractive color combinations.
  • Hefty riders found the Men's Pueblo handled extra weight with ease.
  • Users found that they were offered excellent customer service by the main retailer of the Nishiki Men's Pueblo.

11 reasons not to buy

  • Multiple users found the bike doesn’t shift smoothly.
  • The grip shifters were difficult to use for riders with sweaty hands.
  • Tires wear quickly and do not provide adequate traction for riding loose trails.
  • With only 60mm of travel, riders found the suspension fork did not offer enough travel for rough and rocky trails.
  • Many testers found the bike’s handlebars did not stay in place and broke easily.
  • The chain frequently fell out of place, according to several users.
  • The seat is hard and unpleasant to sit on.
  • A kickstand is not included with the bike.
  • Wheel wobble was an issue for many.
  • “Flimsy” and “ cheap” were words frequently used to describe the plastic pedals.
  • The Pueblo is heavy.

Bottom line

The Nishiki Men’s Pueblo is an affordable mountain bike. With only 60mm of travel in the front fork, it is best for entry-level trails or dirt pathways. It is constructed out of steel, making it durable but hefty. Heavier riders found the bike can handle the extra weight. The bike is offered in several sizes that allow older children, teens and adults to find a size that fits them best. The Men’s Pueblo is prone to handlebar, tire, wheel and chain issues.

Expert Reviews

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It’s a good entry-level bike.

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Famcast Network

Nishiki Men’s Pueblo 26” Mountain Bike (Review)

It holds up. I’m a very, very large man.

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User Ratings

74/100 based on 386 ratings
  • 5 star
    41%
  • 4 star
    26%
  • 3 star
    8%
  • 2 star
    6%
  • 1 star
    19%

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Rankings

Compared to other bikes
#55 Best Mountain
Bottom 20%
#73 Best Kids
Bottom 20%
#251 Best of All Bikes
Bottom 20%

Comparison

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