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Weird click Sound

Old 03-22-19, 03:17 AM
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Weird click Sound

Hi everyone, since some month I have this annoying click every time I spin (See video). I went 3 times to the bike repair, but they canít find anything. The sound occurs mainly when I am cycling up the hill. It occurs usually around the same angle, after the right leg starts it descending spin.
Did someone have any similar problems, or any ideas what it might be?

Scott scale 19 inch from 2016 / 2017

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Old 03-22-19, 05:13 AM
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Is your shoe or the crank ticking against the front derailleur shift wire end?
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ALWAYS suspect the seatpost first. To test, stand while pedaling.
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Looks like the DS crank arm may be hitting something, maybe it is bent in from bike falling over on the right side. If that is the case, crank arm should be removed from the bottom bracket and straightened while secured in a vise.
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