If you, like me, love your Brooks Cambium but hate the squeak then look no further.
I tried greasing all different points of the saddle to get rid of the squeak and never really managed anything that had any staying power.
Then I examined the underside of the saddle top and noticed there were marks from where the rails had been rubbing it so I initially zipped a bit off leather around the area on the rails and when that seemed to work I invested in a speedy stitcher and made a proper sleeve.
The leather is reclaimed/recycled sofa covering and I had a fair bit so I’ve made a few.
I’ve done several very quiet rides on my previously very squeaky c15 now so I’m pretty confident this is a good solution.
Also fits the rails on c17 sales as they are the same profile in this area.
To fit you just need to undo the bolt under the nose with a t20 torx wrench, pop the nose of the saddle up, slip the sleeve into place and then
refit the nose piece and tighten it down.
£7.50 posted to you, which I’ll refund if you find it doesn’t fix your squeak.