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Manuals are generic, very seldom apply to just one model, and mostly just have safety and very basic info. The Onex is a very basic bike - just a rear derailleur and V brakes. Maintenance is the same as for any similarly equipped bike.
If you go to my tips and tricks page there is a link to generic bike manuals for bikes with gears and without. These will provide all the basic instruction.
After that any bike shop will be happy to show your daughter how to work the shifters and brakes of her bike properly, and maybe even give some other useful tips like how to oil the chain or pump up the tires so she is riding safe.
The Fuji Newest does not use any special user manual. You can go into any bike shop and they will have an owners/ users manual for a similar road bike. The manuals are written generically so they only produce one for all there models of road bikes.
Most shops will also be happy to give you a brief demonstration of how to use the brakes and shifters, in fact the shop where you recieved the bike will most certainly be happy to provide this service. I have never heard of a shop charging for taking a few minutes to show a rider how to safely operate their bike, and having some one show you on your bike is preferable to a generic manual.
There are also some decent resources on youtube that demonstrate how to shift and brake your road bike, Have fun with your bike.
In the US. Performance bikes is a large Fuji dealer that always has extra manuals, if your near one.
Go to your local bike shop where you purchased your bike. You will be disappointed because there is no specific owners manual for bikes, only a generic that tell you how to assemble your bike. It is not like a television that has a specific model manual. If, you have a problem with the bike, take it to your professional bike shop and let them tell you what your bike needs. You have a good bike, don't mess it up by trying to fix it with no expertise. People are always surprised when they have to put money into something that only costs a few hundred dollars but think nothing of putting money into cars, electronics etc. It is a machine and does need a tune up sometimes.
A specification sheet will not help you, what you need to do is identify your problem. Most derailleurs are Shimano as are the brakes. A manual is generic and only for the folks who want to put their own bikes together, not a good idea unless you have metric wrenches, all bicycle parts are metric.