A cycle of Good

Goodwill’s Good Bikes program provides employment and on-the-job training for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Participants in this program repair donated bicycles and restore them to excellent working condition. The repaired bikes are then sold in our full service shop and in select Goodwill stores. Revenue funds Goodwill’s local career development programs. 

Donate your bicycle and help others get on track

When you donate your used bicycle in any condition to any Goodwill location, you can be assured that it will do a lot of good! Your donations reduce waste, while also providing work opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Click here for a list of donation locations and hours.

Bicycle maintenance and repair services

Through his job in Goodwill's Good Bikes program, Bruce received training, experience, and confidence, despite his multiple disabilities.

Looking for an affordable bike shop? Come by our Good Bikes workshop at Goodwill Headquarters in Denver and get your bike road—or trail—ready. Good Bikes program participants are trained to repair and maintain any bike in any condition. Plus, you can peruse our inventory of upgraded donated bikes. Please call ahead before stopping by, so we can ensure both our program participants and our customers can receive the attention and service they deserve. Repair and tune-up service is also by appointment only. Contact us today to set up your appointment! Call 303-726-8663 or fill out this form.

The shop is located at: 

6850 Federal Blvd.
Denver, CO 80221


30 Day Limited Warranty:

If the bicycle you purchased malfunctions through normal wear and tear within 30 days of the purchase date, please call 303-726-8663 to schedule an appointment for a complementary repair.  To redeem your warranty, please bring in your tag for the bicycle and your receipt.

Meet Lawrence James

The bicycle maintenance and repair field can be a complicated trade for anyone. For someone with intellectual disabilities, it can be quite the challenge—a challenge that Lawrence James overcame three years ago in his position with the Goodwill Good Bikes program. He is now thriving, having gained independence, knowledge and mechanical know-how. The job helped him come out of his shell, learn to advocate for himself and be more self-sufficient at home. Watch more Goodwill success stories here.