Kinesiology 2928Q/R/S/T – Mountain Biking

An introduction to mountain biking as a physical recreation activity. Course content will include physical and psychosocial factors affecting the lifelong enjoyment of mountain biking, consideration of safety and etiquette, development and understanding of selected skills including: bike repair, bike handling and thermoregulation management. Antirequisite(s): The former Kinesiology 223q if taken in 2005-06. The former Kinesiology 2220Q/R/S/T. Prerequisite(s): Completion of the first year Kinesiology program and registration in Kinesiology. The course is designed to accommodate a diversity of skill levels. Corequisite(s): Pre-or Corequisite(s): Extra Information: 30 lab/lecture hours, 0.25 course. Note: Because this course may be offered off campus and/or outside normal course timetable days and dates, students should contact the School of Kinesiology to confirm location, dates, times and associated costs for travel and expense. back to top




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