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U.S. Paralympics Cycling in Huntsville
April 8-10, 2022 in Cummings Research Park & Downtown Huntsville
WELCOME TO HUNTSVILLE!
Welcome to Huntsville, athletes and spectators of the U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open! We're here to serve as your guide to Huntsville. Everything from local restaurants to things to do while you're in town and more, we want your visit to the Rocket City to be... out of this world. We're betting your time in Huntsville will reveal things about our city that you maybe weren't expecting - like our sublime mixture of art and science, our rich history, and so much more. Before you arrive, here are some key resources to help make your visit as smooth as possible. (top photo credit: Casey B. Gibson / U.S. Paralympics Cycling)
Bonus: save money on admission to Huntsville attractions and museums with the digital Huntsville Attractions Pass!
CUMMINGS RESEARCH PARK
Learn more about the second largest research park in the country - and the home to the U.S. Paralympics Cycling Open in Huntsville.
HUNTSVILLE DESTINATION GUIDE
All you need to know about the Rocket City - download it or get your print copy from the CVB!
ACCESSIBILITY GUIDE TO HUNTSVILLE
Wheelchair-friendly restaurants, accessibility tips from a local, and more.
A day-by-day schedule breakdown of the event's timed trials and races.
Important information for spectators from our friends at the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber, including where to park and transportation details.
Maps for timed trials and races.
Be Sure to Check Out...
Meet the Black father-son duo who not only transformed the Huntsville and...
Visit sites of landmark moments and monuments of the Civil Rights Movement...
Dare to Explore: Frontiers of Space is a new and evolving exhibit...
Drive along The Old Town Historic District: Huntsville's only neighborhood...