From training camps to cycling holidays to big European sportives, there are plenty of reasons to want to take your bike abroad with you.
And yet, how to do so and how much it costs is not straightforward, with each airline differing from the next in terms of cost, maximum weight, and even whether your bike is treated as luggage or not.
Travelling on two different airlines? You may find the rule for one flight differs greatly when compared to the next one.
Fortunately, Yellow Jersey Cycle Insurance have attempted to simplify matters by producing this handy infographic, taking a look at 16 commonly-used airlines for cyclists travelling to Europe.