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New Edition of Best-Selling Bike Book Out in Time for National Bike Week

The Bike Book Complete bicycle maintenance 6th Edition
21st June 2012
Mark Storey
Out Now
£16.99
Hardcover
9780857331182

Now in its 17th year of publication, the new edition of the best-selling Haynes Bike Book a guide to complete bicycle maintenance, is out just in time for National Bike Week (16–24 June).

The Bike Book, which has sold over 900,000 copies is now in its 6th edition. This latest edition has been compiled by a new author and includes all the most recent developments in the cycling world along with a thorough check and revision of all existing material.

This improved 6th Edition has been compiled by a new author and includes all the latest developments in the cycling world along with a thorough check and revision of all existing material.

Up-to-date photography together with a refreshed page design offer the reader a user-friendly and contemporary manual along with the clear step-by-step approach for which Haynes is famous.

The book includes introductory sections on types of bike, including children's bikes, tools, how to set your riding position, pre-ride checks and essential maintenance.

The rest of the book gives detailed step-by-step procedures for mountain, road and city bikes and is packed full of handy tips and advice to help save you money on a service.

Every job is rated by difficulty and time so that both the novice and the expert can learn more and enhance their skills.

Packed with over 1,000 colour photographs, the The Bike Book is the cyclist’s number one bicycle maintenance manual and an essential tool for everyone who owns a bike.

Improved sections include a new drivetrain chapter integrating all aspects of chains, gears, cranks and bottom brackets and expanded coverage of disc and hydraulic disc brakes.

The Author

Mark Storey has written a number of Haynes car manuals, but his number one hobby is cycling. His knowledge and experience in the industry, together with an understanding of how a step-by-step manual needs to work, have resulted in an outstanding new version of this classic Haynes title.

The information on this page is supplied courtesy of Haynes Publishing, please credit accordingly if you intend to use it. For more information or to request a review copy please contact Spirit PR on 0117 944 1415 or email Haynes PR

Haynes Manuals is the world's leading publisher of illustrated workshop car and motorcycle manuals, as well as producing manuals on a wide range of DIY, leisure and lifestyle subjects. These will continue to include motoring and motorsport related subjects.

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