Biking (Outdoor Ed) - Fall 2021

PE 1663 - Ropes Course Programming

Students learn and apply the technical, safety, leadership and facilitation skills essential to safe and effective ropes course programming. Technical skills such as knot tying, challenge course belaying, and more will be taught during this course. Students will learn low ropes team integration activities as well as high ropes facilitation skills. This course can contribute towards completion of the CU Leadership Minor. For more information, please visit scl.cornell.edu/coe/pe-courses.

1 CR Sat/Unsat 09/15/2021 - 11/10/2021
18711 LEC 001
W
02:40PM - 05:10PM
BTLB01
Anderson, E. (ela62)
Drop Deadline: September 3rd. Course fee: $200. Students learn and apply the technical, safety, leadership and facilitation skills essential to safe and effective ropes course programming. Technical skills such as knot tying, challenge course belaying, and more will be taught during this course. Students will learn low ropes team integration activities as well as high ropes facilitation skills. This course can contribute towards completion of the CU Leadership Minor. Course will be taught at the Hoffman Challenge Course, transportation provided. For more information please visit, scl.cornell.edu/coe/pe-courses.

PE 1664 - Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking is for those who want to learn the skills to ride a bike on single track trails. Skills on the bike include body position, braking, shifting, descending, climbing and navigating natural terrain such as rocks, roots and logs. You will also learn to complete a bike safety check, change a flat tire and navigate on the trails. Don't have a bike? Don't fret! COE can lend you a bike during class days for an additional $60 fee. 

1 CR S/U NoAud 09/04/2021 - 10/02/2021
8780 LEC 001
S
10:00AM - 03:00PM
BTLB01
Cook, R. (rjc288)
Drop deadline: August 30th; Course Fee: $270; Bikes are available for $60 rental fee. The first class meeting will be held on campus in Bartels Hall, room B01. Other classes will first meet at Bartels Hall and then travel to other areas around Ithaca, NY. Transportation is provided for classes off campus. For more Information go to: scl.cornell.edu/coe/pe-courses
1 CR S/U NoAud 09/05/2021 - 10/03/2021
8799 LEC 002
Su
10:00AM - 03:00PM
BTLB01
Cook, R. (rjc288)
Drop deadline: September 3rd; Course Fee: $270; Bikes are available for $60 rental fee. The first class meeting will be held on campus in Bartels Hall, room B01. Other classes will first meet at Bartels Hall and then travel to other areas around Ithaca, NY. Transportation is provided for classes off campus. For more Information go to: scl.cornell.edu/coe/pe-courses

PE 1666 - Bike Touring

Bike Touring is for those who want to learn how to travel self-supported by bike. This course will cover bike touring equipment use, camping skills, route planning and bike maintenance. Skills on the bike will include road riding safety and riding with a loaded bike. Classes will include rides of 5-15 miles and the course will culminate in a two-day bike tour with overnight camping. The weekend tour may include up to 30 miles per day.

1 CR S/U NoAud See sections for start dates.
8832 LEC 001
R
04:45PM - 07:45PM
BTLB01
09/16/2021 - 09/23/2021
Cook, R. (rjc288)
S
10:00AM - 04:00PM
BTLB01
09/18/2021 - 09/18/2021
Cook, R. (rjc288)
S
10:00AM - 11:59PM
BTLB01
09/25/2021 - 09/25/2021
Cook, R. (rjc288)
Su
12:01AM - 04:00PM
BTLB01
09/26/2021 - 09/26/2021
Cook, R. (rjc288)
Drop Deadline: September 3rd; Course Fee: $255; Bikes are available for $60 rental fee. The first class meeting will be held on campus in Bartels Hall, room B01. Other classes will first meet at Bartels Hall and then travel to other areas around the Fingerlakes Region. Transportation is provided for classes off campus. For more Information go to: scl.cornell.edu/coe/pe-courses

PE 1668 - Recreational Biking

1 CR S/U NoAud 09/08/2021 - 09/29/2021
18617 LEC 001
MW
04:45PM - 07:15PM
BTLB01
Cook, R. (rjc288)
Drop Deadline: September 3rd. Course fee: $195. Explore Ithaca and Tompkins county under your own power by bike. Roads and bike paths will lead you right from campus to waterfalls, scenic views and ice cream! In addition to rides of 8-15 miles each day, you’ll learn how to take care of your bike and do some basic repairs. For more information, please visit https://scl.cornell.edu/coe/pe-courses