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I have a ticking noise that sounds like it is coming from the tires; as if you put a baseball card on a bicycle tire to make it sound like it was clicking, that is what it sounds like.

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Sounds like you may have a nail or 2 in your tire (perhaps gravel). As it goes around it taps the ground making click noise.. However.. since you said - sounds like a card on a bicycle - means to me to be fast clicking, it may be a broken wheel bearing. If so it should be addressed immediately as it could destroy the whole bearing assembly.

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