I hate to be a downer, and I could be wrong, but I did a quick search on http://www.ter-sncf.com/Regions/bretagne
and all of the options either involved the combination of a bus (no bike carriage) and a TER train, or a TER and a TGV train. As James Gilbert says, you can't/don't need to reserve bike spaces on TER trains, but that doesn't get you over the problem of the buses.
Maybe if you got a taxi to Morlaix that would give you more TER options?EDIT: I was just wondering: did you mean to ask whether you are likely to be thrown off the *TGV*?
I suspect the answer is you might get away with it or you might not. I'm not sure it's worth the gamble.
ANTONISH wrote:Like you I used the Piccadilly office - I've booked direct with SNCF on the internet before but booking a bike space isn't possible - in fact now I find I'm redirected to Rail-Europe
( I suspect so that they can charge me pounds for euros )
You need to go to RailEurope to reserve bike spaces, (or you can ring their call centre which, unless you live in Mayfair, is going to be the easier option) but if you just want to research train times - and more importantly which trains take bikes - then you have to pretend to be Australian or an English-speaking European: see this page: http://italy-cycling-guide.info/travell ... y-train-2/
for an explanation and a how-to. I can understand why the SNCF would want to redirect British customers to Rail Europe but why can't British customers get the same information as is available elsewhere in English on the voyages-sncf.com site?