The Art Of Online Motorcycle Maintenance With Haynes
The first titles are now available including popular models such as the Honda Gold Wing 1200 and classics such as the Triumph Bonneville. The 50 bestselling motorbike manuals will be available by the end of the year.
The online manuals can be accessed on any computer or mobile device and include all the content from the printed books with the additional benefits of:
- All-colour photographs and diagrams which can be enlarged to view key details
- A quick and easy to use search tool
- Quick links to the most popular DIY tasks
- A fault finding section to help quickly ascertain the cause of a particular problem
- Links to additional related information in other chapters
- Dictionary of technical terms
- Conversion calculator for imperial and metric units
Jeremy Yates-Round, Managing Director at Haynes said:
“In a world where our natural instinct is to google how to fix something, we wanted to create digital guides which motorcyclists know they can trust because the advice comes from Haynes specialists with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Haynes Manuals Online will put the answer at your fingertips, making expert motorcycle maintenance advice more accessible than ever before.”
Haynes has sold more than 150 million printed manuals worldwide. Haynes Manuals Online were released in the United States in Autumn 2011 and the top 50 car manuals were published in June in the UK.
Jeremy Yates-Round added: “What we are seeing so far in the States is that many motorcyclists are buying the digital version in addition to the printed book.”
A lifetime subscription to an online manual costs £33. Or a single motorcycle digital manual can be purchased for £28 from www.haynes.co.uk