Old 01-20-19, 01:56 PM
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gauvins
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Originally Posted by axolotl View Post
A couple of things. You should reserve your bike space on the TGV ahead of time. There are a limited number of bikes allowed on those TGVs which do take bikes.
in my experience, if your bike is packed in a soft bag, no need to book space for your bike (s) - aim for 1.2m x .9m if you wish to abide by regulations. But you are unlikely to be bothered by staff even if your bag is larger. I usually keep mine close to the door opposite to the platform, moving it as required.

My modus operandi is to roll the bike on the platform up to the location where I'll have to board, remove the front wheel, drop the bike in a bag (flight bag or rinko) and (eventually) board.
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