I have a Brooks 67 saddle (single rail, sprung) that is very, very comfortable, and has about 700 miles on it. It now has a squeak and its driving me nuts. It is on a old style clamp type seatpost. I think its the saddle because if I get up out of the saddle there is no squeak, however it could possibly be the saddle clamp. I had loosened the tension about half a turn during break in. I tightened it a little before my lunch time ride today but it made no difference.
Should I change the seat post to a newer microadjust type?? Is there any fix for this?
The saddle fits my 53 year old rump pretty good but I'm wondering if perhaps now I'm riding enough that I should go to a B-17? Any thoughts?
GROWING OLD IS NOT FOR SISSIES