Employers would assume you would have references if you were asked. Not necessary to have this. After all, you are not going to reject them if they ask right? References upon request are usually placed in CVs or those who are planning to work in academia.
Skills would be better than interests and hobbies.
Not a lot of information. I would prefer to see you accomplish something.
Values and Ethnics Training???
Henry, nice work on your first resume. A few pointers--take them or leave them. 1) I think this is really more in draft format than final stage. You need to add much more detail, if possible. Try adding bullet language underneath each one of your prior positions. You make think you don't have much to say, but try your best to list at least 2 or 3 achievements in bulleted format for each past position held. 2) If you're applying for a position at a bike shop, focus in on details regarding your ability to fix bikes, help people select the right bike for them and some general customer service experience. Just listing "Cycling" under interests is not enough. Be sure to post your next draft up and ask friend and family who know biking to review your resume. best of luck.
Looks like a resume used for brainstorming.