Nishiki Girls' Pueblo 24'' Mountain Bike
- Ideal for trail riding
- Great beginner bike with an intro to shifting gears
- Strong, durable frame
The Nishiki® Girls’ Pueblo 24’’ Mountain Bike will spark his sense of adventure and outdoor fun. It features a strong steel frame with front suspension to absorb bumps from uneven terrain, easy-to-use linear pull brakes for quick and confident stops, and a sport saddle for comfort. The Shimano Revo twist shifter allows him to get in the right gear every time.
- Youth mountain bike designed for trail riding
- Shimano twist gear shifters
- Durable, strong frame
- Front fork suspension with 40 mm of travel
- 21-speed Shimano shifting
- Kickstand not included
- Country of Origin : Imported
- Style : NKW00229
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Nishiki
- Web ID: 16NISYNSHKPBL15GXGJM
|Frame||Heat treated Hi-Ten steel|
|Cranks||Steel crank arm, 42T/34T/24T Chainrings|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Tourney|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Tourney|
|Cog Set||Shimano 7 speed (28T/24T/22T/20T/18T/16T/14T)|
|Shifter||Shimano Revo twist shift|
|Tires||24 x 2.1|
|Brakes||Alloy linear pull|
|Average Bike Weight||33.07 lbs.|
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