The handlebars are really cool, because the company hand carves them from American walnut. You can get a sporty straight Bar (which they say is great for commuters who have to wiggle through traffic), the Café Racer (perfect for easy riders), or the aluminum Nitto b125 (for racers). You have several wheel options, from the type of rim to the wheel color, and finally you get to choose what type of controls you want. Offering a front and rear brake, Coaster Brake, Classic Ride, or a Fixed Shutter, you can decide how you want your bike to brake based on the type of riding you do — if you don't frequently race at a nearby velodrome, you certainly don't need the Fixed Shutter. The company also has many frame size options, so if you're super tall (or really short) they have you taken care of.