Well I'd have thrown that lime green fixie out of the window for starters!
In reality we've got a rail industry that is just a private monopoly, with not the remotest interest in John Prescott's famous 'Integrated Transport Policy'. And why would they? They exist purely to maximise profits for their shareholders. There are no other considerations. Certainly not cyclists.
As the transport needs of the country point to increasingly towards more cycling, the rail industry should be hand-in-hand with promoting that. Its obvious to anyone with anything between their ears. Its a match made in heaven, surely? But the exclusive profit motive means they increasingly consider cyclists to be an unfortunate inconvenience, to be barely tollerated, at best!
The way its going at the moment, with increased train use, and subsequent fight for space, I'll give it another couple of years before one of the major train operators announces it won't be carrying bikes at all on trains, from now on. Would you bet against it?
The whole system is completely ****ed!! But hey.... a few companies are making a very tidy profit, so its all good, right?