Making a kilometer blurry
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I'd try swapping wheels with someone to see if they can reproduce it and make sure it goes away for you. This kind of thing is pretty rare in front wheels. The popping from squeezing spokes is unavoidable, as they interfere at the crossings, so every interlaced pair of spokes in the world will do it. That is not the source of your click unless your spokes are REALLY loose.
You might also check your dropout/axle/QR/QR-nut interfaces to make sure there's no grit in there. Also, make sure it's not your stem/bar interface (the wheel-swap will flush that one out).