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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.