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Frontier charges for both bags if you go economy class, but nothing extra for the bike if it is one of the bags. I think that comes out to $40 or so.In one month, I'm flying Frontier domestically within the U.S. with my bike. I paid $25 extra for a "Classic" fare. Both my bike and my checked duffle bag will fly along for free.
I am a bit confused. You have ridden 80 miles on one and you replace the spoke when you get home. Do you mean when you get to the end of the day or have you not used one in the middle of a multi-day tour.The latter.
That said I think most if not all airlines require that you deflate your tires.Yes, but it's not a good idea to do so. The tires provide quite a bit of cushioning and protect the wheels from damage. I know the airline is worrying about transporting compressed gasses because of the explosion risk, but really--that's not a hazard with a bicycle tire. It isn't going to explode even if the pressure doubles, and it would cause no problem even if it did.