GoodTurn Cycles Job Training


GoodTurn Cycles provides on-the-job training to young people. The goal of our program is to develop well-rounded individuals capable of securing positions in the professional career world. Our internship program is geared toward permanent positive change, so we emphasize individual attention, helping participants set personal and professional goals while working together toward meeting them.


Participating apprentices work through a three-month curriculum that acquaints them with the major components of bicycle repair and retail sales. The curriculum includes, but is not limited to:


Orientation to electric-assist bicycles

Wheels, hubs, and brakes

Drivetrain adjustment and maintenance

Bottom bracket overhaul

Headset and handlebars


Customer service and interaction

Digital marketing and advertising

Social media and effective blog posts


Personal finance and budgeting


Balance and personal health


Contact Adam at 303.795.0411 or


Your generous contribution provides life-altering job training and one-on-one mentorship to young people facing barriers to employment.


GoodTurn Cycles Parnters


GoodTurn Cycles is proud to partner with the following organizations.

The Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Center

The Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Center provides our apprentices with leadership development training, career coaching, and funding to pursue training beyond our apprenticeship program. They also assist our apprentices in finding long-term job placement upon the completion of our program.

Atlas Coffee

Atlas is a community-focused craft coffee shop in Littleton, Colorado that was created to love and serve our community. They hope to be a place where people can come breathe, and where the hustle and tension of everyday life can dissolve, if even for a moment. They wish to be a place that fosters connection and embodies a way of thinking that – instead of closing doors and removing ourselves – they throw them open and engage with the world around us.

CAFE 180

Located in the heart of Englewood, Colo., CAFE 180 nourishes people by serving fresh, delicious food to everyone – whether by traditional exchange or by the exchange of a person’s time and talents. CAFE 180 aims to inspire others through dignified exchanges, the encouragement of self-sufficiency, and by opening people’s hearts and minds to the hunger that exists in our community.

Denver Workforce Services

Denver Workforce Services serves as a comprehensive employment and training resource for employers, jobseekers, TANF recipients, veterans, and youth throughout Denver.

Giant Cycling World Denver

Giant Cycling World Denver is a local bike shop located in Aspen Grove near Littleton, off from the Platte River trail. A unique cycling adventure, their shop affords customers a unique and exclusive opportunity to view the entire Giant Bicycles product line up close, from low to high end bikes to Giant gear and accessories. Giant Denver provides our interns with the opportunity to hone their interviewing skills through mock & real interviews specific to the cycling industry!

Project ReCycle

The Project ReCycle is a Colorado-based nonprofit that brings smiles to thousands of children each year through bicycle programming. Project ReCycle’s Dream Bike Program allows children to earn a bike by showing growth in three areas: respect, attendance, and academic growth. Project ReCycle provides GoodTurn Cycles with donated bikes to provide interns with opportunities to acquire repair and maintenance skills.

The School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP)

The School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP) is designed to provide employment-related assistance to youth and young adults with disabilities, who are experiencing mild to moderate barriers to employment.


M-Sat: 10am - 5pm
Sun: 11am - 5pm