okay, so i just got my new ride. came with Avid Juicy 3's.
Been out riding, i think they're fantastic.
Now, i know with all new bikes there is that "settling" period where everything goes to hell for the first few hundred clicks, and then you just tune it up and you've got a broken in bike. okay cool. i understand that. cables loosen/tighten or w.e. and things need to be fixed.
first couple hours riding, everything was perfect. now, as expected, i'm noticing the RD having a bit trouble switching. I got off my ride for today, and started to notice a ticking sound on the bike, in time with the wheels spinning. When i got home, i discovered that it's coming from the rear brake. the pads are rubbing against the disc ever so slightly such that the wheel slows and noise is created. same deal on the front, less distinct.
this is normal? i've only had experience with rim brakes - when you get a tick noise, it means your wheel is outta true. i don't know much 'bout discs, though! this is all part of the settling period? or... should i start tinkering with it to fix it?