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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Nishiki Women's Pueblo. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The Nishiki Women’s Pueblo is an affordable 26” mountain bike.
- Users agree it is best for older children, teenagers and entry-level women riders.
- The bike is offered in 13”, 15” and 17” frame sizes. This allows taller adolescents, teenagers and adults to use it.
- The Shimano drivetrain is smooth shifting.
- One overweight tester found the bike capable of handling the extra weight well.
- The frame has a sturdy steel frame.
- There is room for a water bottle in the frame.
- The bike has 21 gears that allows it to tackle hilly terrain easily.
- A toddler seat can be used on the bike.
- Testers agree the bike is easy to transport in a vehicle.
7 reasons not to buy
- The Nishiki Women’s Pueblo is heavy.
- The seat is hard and uncomfortable.
- Users reported that the brakes broke after minimal use.
- The Pueblo doesn’t fit a standard water bottle.
- The bike runs small. Testers found sizing up allowed them to get the best fit.
- Test riders discovered bolts and nuts on the bike often need tightening.
- A kickstand is not included.