Nishiki Men's Pueblo 26'' Mountain Bike

Nishiki Men's Pueblo 26'' Mountain Bike is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 242.
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Nishiki Men's Pueblo 26'' Mountain Bike
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Product Information:

Experience excellent performance and an awesome ride with the Nishiki® Men's Pueblo Mountain Bike. Made with a heat treated steel frame and 60mm travel fork, this mountain bike boasts maximum durability and shock absorption. Its 26” wheels and aluminum rims can tackle tough terrain, while the Shimano drivetrain can conquer big ascents and downhill slopes.


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NOTICE: Used Bikes and/or bikes purchased online that have been assembled are non-returnable. We strongly recommend that a professional bicycle mechanic properly assembles, repairs, and maintains the bicycle. DICK'S Sporting Goods will provide free in-store assembly service by a certified technician for any bicycle purchased on our website or in our stores (proof of purchase required). If you choose to assemble the bicycle yourself, DICK'S Sporting Goods is not responsible for injuries or damages resulting from improper assembly.
  • Brand: Nishiki
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: NKI00103


Tech Specs:

Frame Sizes14", 16”, 18”, 20”, 22"
Wheel Size26”
FrameHeat treated Hi-Ten Steel, mountain geometry, 31.8ST/50.0DTOS HT/135mm/TTcbl, 28.6 post
Fork60mm Travel
Rear ShockN/A
HeadsetSteel quill
CranksSteel crank arm, 42T/34T/24T chainrings
Bottom BracketN/A
Front DerailleurShimano Tourney TZ20
Rear DerailleurShimano Tourney TX35, 7 speeds
Cog SetShimano 7 speed (28T/24T/22T/20T/18T/16T/14T)
ShifterShimano Revo twist shifters
Hub (F)Steel
Hub (R)Steel
Rims32H Aluminum
Tires26” x 2.1”
BrakesAlloy linear pull
Brake LeversAluminum
SeatSport Saddle
Seat postSteel
Rated 1 out of 5 by from No good I was looking for a good beginner bike and I didn't want a cheap Walmart bike. I took this bike straight to the trail on the way home. Just a flat gravel trail and after 5 miles the left crank was loose. I tightened it up when I got home and the next day I went back and the same thing happened. This time the shaft was damaged so I called the store and they agreed to replace it. The bike they were going to replace it with was a used one that had flat spots on the tires. After seeing that people are bringing these bikes back i decided not to keep the bike. So after talking with the manager I upgraded to a diamondback. The store manager worked with me and helped me out on the price.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good bike for the money My kid outgrew his previous bike, and we saw this one on sale. It had most of the features that he was looking for, and the price was good, and they had it in stock. I recommend taking a minute to check to make sure everything is tight, and carry a bike tool on the first couple rides. The handlebars loosened up on the first few rides, but after I tightened them, they seem fine. My kid did manage to crash within a week of having the bike (his fault for riding too close behind me, and not paying attention, not the bike’s fault). That further reinforces my decision to go with a bike in this price range, not a high priced model.
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pound for pound, Best product for the money My intention was to buy a set of bikes for my wife and myself. We looked at boutique Shops, Walmart, Target and looked on line.Finally I looked at what DICKS had to offer.When I made my Purchase, I really didn't know anything about the Nishiki Brand of Bikes.I made my purchase based on visual comparison against the Diamondback product.The Nishiki Pueblo not only looked good and had everything I wanted, but when I finally got home and took it for I ride I was really impressed. Best buying decision I've made in a while. Thank You DICKS for great customer service and having a great product
Date published: 2015-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Your Basic Bicycle Much better than most mountain-style bikes you find from other big box stores for this price range. From A-B traveling it's a bargain but it needs it's very grabby tires replaced for road bike or half knobby tires for longer road use. The biggest issues I've had with the bike over the course of 4 months is the terrible pedals and the saddle comfort so those have been replaced very shortly after getting this. The v-brakes needed adjusted and the rear tire wasn't perfectly trued but I fixed it very easily with my basic bike tools. Not much use on the trails besides your beginner ones due to the short travel forks. Would definitely recommend for anyone just wanting a basic bicycle.
Date published: 2019-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had bike for almost a year with no problems I bought this bike in July 2015 and it's now June 2016. I have no complaints about this bike. I ride it on some pretty tough paths and it holds up. The only thing I had to fix was the inner-tube, but go through inner-tubes like wildfire. I also take this bike on road rides almost every week (with the exception of winter). I know I've road this bike for a few hundred miles and it still looks and performs like new. The guy in the store (Altoona, PA) was very knowledgeable and helpful. It beats buying a bike at Walmart. I'm going to buy all of my bikes from now on at Dick's, because of the customer service.
Date published: 2016-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adjustments needed Bought the Nishiki Pueblo today from Dick's Sporting Goods. Overall the bike is good for the price, you will have to adjust afew things with some light riding, but no major problems. Any bike you buy will have to be adjusted though. My handle bars were a little loose and the seat bar slipped down. Some mild tightening was needed and that was all. Staff in store was very helpful and nice.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great bike for the money. I was looking for a bike to start out with for cycling and exercising without spending too much money. I knew that I would eventually swap out the tires from the knobbie off-road tires, to a street tire, making the bike a kind of hybrid type for mainly street use. After a couple of failed bike purchases from wal-mart, I went to dicks and found the Pueblo. This bike is really great if your using it for light off road/pavement. I have now put over 250 miles on my bike over the last two month's. The only things I have replaced are the tires.(As seen in picture) However, I would suggest replacing the seat and the handlebar grips to make the bike more comfortable for long riding time periods. Everything on the bike operates smoothly. Switching gears is smooth, brakes are sturdy and quiet, the crank operates smoothly, all the nuts/bolts were tight upon purchasing. If you have any mechanical issues with the bike, blame the tech that assembled the bike first, not the bike quality itself. If you plan to purchase a bike and make it a hybrid type, this is a good bike to start with.
Date published: 2017-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good beginner bike This is definitely a mild off-road mountain bike suspension is OK could easily put a child seat on the back. Tires seem to be wearing a bit fast. Another thing that is odd is that the bolts on the frame for the car seat some are 5 mm and others are 6 mm even though it's on the same part of the frame just seemed odd to me that there are two different size bolts needed. Not pleased with the way the kick stand was added by the Dicks worker(does not come with one). I know it was no coast but it was clearly not put on properly and I had to take it off and put it on right myself since the bike would fall over half the time
Date published: 2016-06-15
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