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  1. #1
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    Good job! Frontier Airlines - Power to the People!

    Does anyone think a little social media campaign would get Frontier's attention?

    If you think they should step up to the plate and make good on their word that "Bikes Fly Free"...If you think they should increase the weight limit so you can take a mountain bike in a case on a plane, for free...then head over and like this.

    Currently bikes are subject to fees of $75/each way if over 50lbs, which isn't directly said in this baggage chart or this press release.

    Let's give Frontier Airlines the chance to step up to the plate and deliver.

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    I went to Morocco a few weeks ago and believe me that if my new trail bike would have been ready, I would had take it all apart and put everything in a nice travel luggage with a few tools and helmet and then just pack my handbag for the plane with everything else and I would have had the best 2 weeks of my life yet. Weight limit was over 40lbs, so I would had my bike transported for free instead of clothing and other stuff...

    Mountains and hills there are just freakin' awesome !!!

    Get a pic soon. Edit : the pic is here...

    Those hills are all over the place and it's easy to get a car shuttle to get to the top... Then you are packed with hours of trails descent

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    Last edited by David C; 08-12-2011 at 04:25 PM.
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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    Frontier will do what they need to do to (try and) survive. They are is terrible shape and I'd bet against them lasting 12 more months.

    Vote with your wallet, book via the other carrier that flies them for free over 50 lbs.
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  5. #5
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    Mr Zero,

    You need to join the weight weenies forum. 50 lbs for a bicycle?

  6. #6
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    The one thing with flight that costs real weight. I dont blame Frontier.

    Plus...50lbs? Really?

  7. #7
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    Hmmm... Actually the flying for free under 50 lbs and even the $75 for over doesn't seem that bad to me!

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    It costs $200 for American Airlines no matter the weight. If I was traveling with my bike and a 20lb concrete block I wouldn't mind paying the $75 50+ fee on Frontier

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