A new Haynes Manual has been released which covers the Honda CBR125R, CBR250R, & CRF250L/M, to add to Haynes’ expanding collection of car and bike manuals. Honda have been making motorcycles since 1949, but the CBR sport bikes and CRF dual-sport bikes are amongst the most popular lines available.

The CBR125R is a four-stroke engine sport bike with 13hp and its big brother the CBR250R is a single cylinder bike which is similar in style but packs more punch with 23.7hp that can hit 91 mph.The CRF250L/M are dual-sport motorcycles which are equally comfortable on or off road and the single-cylinder, four-stroke engines are capable of reaching 80+ mph.


New Peugeot scooters have also had the Haynes Manual treatment including the popular 50cc V-Clic, the third generation Speedfight and Vivacity models, and the new Kisbee and Tweet (08-14), with the book set for release on 27th December.

Having sold over 200 million manuals worldwide over more than 50 years, Haynes is the industry leader in automotive manuals, helping everyday motorists to save money on costly garage bills.

Every manual is written from hands-on experience gained from stripping down and rebuilding each vehicle in the Haynes Project Workshop. The practical step-by-step instructions and clear photos are easy to follow and provide information on maintenance, servicing, fault finding, the MoT, brakes, electrics and Haynes tips to make many tasks easier.


Many Haynes Manuals, including the Honda CBR125R, CBR250R, & CRF250L/M manual are available online, so you can now access service and repair information on your PC, laptop, tablet or smart phone. The Peugeot scooter manual is also expected to be available online shortly.

The Manuals Online include all the content from the printed manuals with the additional benefits of a glossary of terms, searchable menus and quick links.

Honda CBR125R, CBR250R & CRF250L/M (2011 – 2014) is out now and available from priced £24.99.


Peugeot V-Clic, Speedfight 3, Vivacity 3, Kisbee & Tweet (08 to 14) is out on 27th December and will be available available from priced £24.99.

The Haynes motorcycle Manuals Online cost just £23.00 per manual for a year, or £28.00 for a lifetime subscription and are available from


Tony Carter

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