This R20 started out in great condition with a factory generator hub and working lighting front and rear with chrome fenders, rear rack, frame pump, etc. Before anybody's head explodes, I SAVED EVERYTHING. I can put it all back the way it was, but I won't. I'll probably sell all that stuff. I wanted to make the bike a little more rugged and not be afraid of breaking the headlight or wrecking the chrome fenders, so I stripped it down. I got the wheels from my daughter's old bike and put on a set of $5 (each) generic 20x1.75" tires. It's a coaster brake so there are no cables anywhere which leads to the next feature: The stem is a seatpost flipped upside-down and inserted into the steerer. Loosen the front stem lever and the stem & bars come off for transport in the car. Switching bars is easy with the removable faceplate on the stem. I may change the bars to road bars for comfort, we'll see. No cables, no levers, no shifters was my goal. The next mod will be to mount a bottle cage to the stem facing me. Gave it a test ride today and it reminded me of riding my first BMX bike.