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ERIK'S Junior Apprentice Program

Interested? Be sure to sign up below to get more info about the 2021-2022 winter program. Or visit our careers page to see the openings we have now. No experience required!

ERIK’S is excited to announce our 4th season of the Junior Apprentice Program for teens & high school students. With the success of NICA and the enthusiasm surrounding mountain bike racing at high schools across the Midwest, students have bikes on the brain.

As a founding sponsor of the Wisconsin and Minnesota NICA leagues - and a supporter of youth cycling in all of our markets - ERIK’S remains committed to the success of student athletes. ERIK’S Junior Apprentice Program is an opportunity to help support students that would like to learn a trade and develop skills as a Bicycle Mechanic. Through this program, students will gain the skills and expertise needed to become a bicycle mechanic.

Upon program completion, successful graduates may be eligible for additional training & part-time employment as a Service Technician at any ERIK’S locations.

Details of the Program

  • The Jr. Apprentice Program is available at all ERIK'S locations

  • This program is designed specifically for bicycle mechanics

  • Winter season training program for teens age 15-18, currently enrolled in a High School within 10 miles of an Erik's retail location

  • Teens will need to apply for the program through the link on this page starting October 1st

  • Approved applicants will then go through interview process for final selection into the program

  • Store Managers will call applicants with notification of acceptance or denial for the program

  • Program runs December - February Annually

  • Training will begin in December with hands on bicycle mechanic labs and testing

  • Teens that successfully complete the program may be offered employment with ERIK'S

How to apply for ERIK'S Junior Apprentice Program

Please email us with any questions.