If it's your pedals than the sound will travel along the crank and be magnified by the frame.Jack said:Don't know how I can check the pedals, but I have felt them and spun them, they seem to be fine to be honest - and the sound sounds like it is coming from the cranks or deeper down in the bike really. On both sides.
Ok, so probably not your pedals then. If they were clipless then the mechanism on the pedal would be a prime suspect.I have really basic simple pedals at the moment, just at the moment trying to choose between a few SPD jobbies. Will update my pedal thread after this actually! So yeah - not clipless at the moment.
You haven't got any. Not if you don't have clipless pedals. If/when you do then they are the bolts holding the cleat onto your shoe.Whereabouts are the cleat bolts? Sorry.
Could be the seatpost. If the frame flexes then the post could be the culprit and it would make no difference whether you stood or sat. Remove and grease well.Doesn't stop when I stand
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