Nishiki Women’s Pueblo

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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.

Bottom line

The Nishiki Women’s Pueblo is an entry-level mountain bike. The bike has 26” wheels and tires. The Shimano drivetrain is reliable and easy to use. The three available sizes allow older children, teens and women to find an appropriate fit. Overweight users found it handled extra weight well. The bike’s steel frame is sturdy but also heavy. There is room for a water bottle in the frame, but not a standard-sized one. This disappointed some riders.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 expert reviews

Nishiki Men’s Pueblo MTB Review

The geometry of the bike felt pretty good.

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User Ratings

82/100 based on 211 ratings
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#38 Best Beginners
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#40 Best Mountain
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Nishiki Women’s Pueblo