Nishiki Men's Pueblo 26'' Mountain Bike

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Nishiki Men's Pueblo Mountain Bike is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 184.
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Nishiki Men's Pueblo 26'' Mountain Bike
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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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FEATURES:

  • Frame Sizes: 14", 16”, 18”, 20”, 22"
  • Wheel Size: 26”
  • Frame: Heat treated Hi-Ten Steel, mountain geometry, 31.8ST/50.0DTOS HT/135mm/TTcbl, 28.6 post
  • Fork: 60mm Travel
  • Rear Shock: N/A
  • Headset: Steel quill
  • Cranks: Steel crank arm, 42T/34T/24T chainrings
  • Bottom Bracket: N/A
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney TZ20
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Tourney TX35, 7 speeds
  • Cog Set: Shimano 7 speed (28T/24T/22T/20T/18T/16T/14T)
  • Shifter: Shimano Revo twist shifters
  • Chain: KMC
  • Hub (F): Steel
  • Hub (R): Steel
  • Spokes: 14g
  • Rims: 32H Aluminum
  • Tires: 26” x 2.1”
  • Brakes: Alloy linear pull
  • Brake Levers: Aluminum
  • Pedals: Resin
  • Handlebar: Steel
  • Grips: Mountain
  • Stem: Steel
  • Seat: Sport Saddle
  • Seat post: Steel

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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

Web ID: 15NISANSHKPBL14XXRMB

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceeded Expectations Bought this bike a little over a month ago. I wanted to start biking again, but didn't want to drop $600 or more on something that I wasn't sure I would committ to. I'm pleased to say that I've been using this bike daily (weather permitting) and have put well over 100 miles on it. These miles consist of roads, dirt and gravel. In that period, the worst things that have happened are a flat tire and a cracked pedal, the rest of the bike has stood up to the abuse. With that being said, invest in a few upgrades off the bat, like better (Kenda) inner tubes and some heavy-duty pedals and you'll be set for a while. For any guys on the heavy side, who want to start biking for health, but are iffy about spending a lot of money on a bike, this one has worked well for me. Started out around 300 lbs and am already down 15 lbs. Using an app like map my ride not only helps you track time/distance, but gives you incentive to challenge yourself to ride just a little longer or further each time you go out.
Date published: 2018-09-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good bike for the money when on sale. I brought this bike for my son and he loves it. The only downside is the seat is not comfortable.
Date published: 2018-08-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a great iption We have already had problems with this bike. I do not recommend.
Date published: 2018-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nishiki Men's Pueblo Mnt Bike I bought this bike about a month ago for my 13 year old Son. He has destroyed every bike he has ever owned in short order. This bike is holding up very well under the rigors of off road young boy punishment. He knows he has a quality product and he seems to be taking better care of this one. We are thrilled with the purchase.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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 Nice bike! Smooth riding. Quiet gear change. Great for riding around the neighborhood
Date published: 2018-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice bike This was a gift for our grandson who isn't quite big enough for the adult version. I believe it was Zachary that assisted me and also did a thorough check of bike before I took home
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Decent for paved trails Through 2 years, I have made numerous 26 mile bike rides on a paved trail with the Pueblo. It was pretty good at that, except for its knobby mountain bike tires and squeaky parts. It gets you places if your a passive rider. With a year of riding semi-aggresively, (riding 20+mph, gravel roads, rolling over objects, etc.) the pedals have snapped in half in the middle of a speed run (in which I was going 35+mph), and the seat post would drop unexpectedly. In the past few days, I was riding, and the brakes that I have to tighten frequently, were so loose they were not even in contact with the rim. As of today, I attempted to take this bike to a beginner/intermediate mountain biking trail around me. After riding fast downhill, the brakes were very weak and causing me to either endo onto a road or drift. After riding 2.5 hours of trails, both rims are significantly bent, the excess wiring going to the brakes and the derailleur had completely frayed. This was on Grass and Dirt trails, slight downhills and mainly flat surfaces. There are more cheap parts that make riding harder, such as the shifter taking up most of the grips, and more. Not mentioning most of the bike is made of steel and weighs around 40 pounds! After this bike I will definitely invest in a higher quality hardtail or full suspension. In summary, the Nishiki Pueblo is a decent bike for cruising paved trails, and shouldn't be advertised as a mountain bike, since it cannot withstand the abuse that comes with offroad riding.
Date published: 2018-07-21
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