Packing up your bike for that mountain bike holiday in Morzine with your mates is the best feeling there is, apart from smashing the trails up when you arrive. But how much does it really cost to take your bike on the plane and what do individual providers really charge you for the pleasure. 

Our friends over at YellowJersey have put together this funky infographic to show you what the deal is without having to search through ever Website!

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We've seen it all. trust us. But there are afew little pointers that may help you make the best of flying, and avoid some of the pitfalls.

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Every airline will offer something different, some include the bicycle as hold luggage some don't, with some airlines your ticket will cost more and the bike is free.

It's a mine field out there but if you look hard enough at the T&C's you will find what you're after. 

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The alps are stunning, mid Summer in Morzine

French alpine holiday flight information


Easyjet recently reduced their bike bag weight allowance down to 25kg and there was uproar, it soon went back to the 32kg weight we know and expect, well done. Fly with BA however and it's a free cheese and pickle sanger and free bike carriage but costs a little more.


The only airport you would consider flying to is Geneva. It is a 1 ½ hour drive to Morzine from the airport. The only other options would be Lyon, Grenoble or Chambery, but this would nearly double your journey time, and make a transfer extremely expensive.

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Super Morzine this way!

Super Morzine telecabine


Geneva Airport is very efficient and usually takes 30 minutes to get through arrivals and grab your stuff. Flights can be very cheap but remember it can be up to £40 each way to take your bike on most airlines and if its overweight they will charge you extra. The MTB Beds code allows you 10% discount off the total price. How much money you spend on beer at the airport is entirely up to you!

Hire car prices vary dramatically but as of writing 6 days rental of a medium sized car, with space for bikes and 2 people was £280, ex charges with Europcar.

Once you have cleared arrivals you will need a transfer up to Morzine which takes approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. We recommend booking your transfer from Geneva Airport with Skiidy Gonzales. If you book with MTB Beds you will receive a discount code making it even more economical. No other company has as many vans as Skiidy Gonzales in the summer, which means your transfer to Morzine will be quick and easy.


Positives | Negatives

Positives of flying to Morzine

  • Time efficient
  • Relax on the plane, grab a beer!
  • Cost effective if you are smart
  • No wear and tear on the car

Negatives of flying to Morzine

  • You can't bring all the spares, limited luggage
  • Small risk of losing your bike or bag for a day or two
  • Germ tube...some don't care, some hate it

See more information on DRIVING and taking the TRAIN.

We'll be there, ready to welcome you with a cold beer in hand however you choose to travel, our team can't wait to introduce you or welcome you back you to Morzine.

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Sauvagonne 2 - Morzine

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Mountain bike hire in Morzine?

Looking to hire a Mountain Bike in Morzine? We have a range of Transition Patrol and Sentinel MTB Bikes waiting for you. We can even deliver the bike to your accommodation in Morzine and have our Mechanic set the bike up to your weight and riding style. 10/10. 

  • From £65 per day (Free Full Face helmet)
  • Enduro and Downhill rental bikes in Morzine

MTB Day trips

Our famous MTB day trips from Morzine to Pila, La Thuile, Samoens, Morgins and more are a must for your Morzine MTB Holiday! 

  • From £20 per person

Airport Transfers

Looking to book a Mountain Bike specific airport transfer from Geneva to Morzine or Nice to Finale Ligure with trailer?

  • From £30 per person

Latest mountain biking News and Events

The most relevant information for your mountain bike holidays this summer in both Morzine and Italy, as of April 29th.

Here we go again! If you are here you have opened our email and clicked the link so thank you, It's a reasonably long one, but will, we hope add some clarity to the confusion.

As the light at the end of of the Covid-19 tunnel gets brighter, thoughts are squared on Summer and the possibility of a a getaway. For many mountain bikers that means the Alps and that means Morzine. On current Government trajectories the opening of the ski lifts looks positive, your next question is when will they open and how much will a lift pass cost in Morzine?