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Need more info before diagnosis - otherwise it's just guessing, as there are too many possibilities.

  1. Is the clicking in time with pedal/crank rotation, wheel rotation, multiple crank rotations, or random?
  2. Does it occur just while pedaling or while coasting?
  3. If while pedaling is it more common under greater pedal pressure?
There is no way for anyone to determine whether it is a serious problem without knowing what the problem is, but most of the things that cause clicking will only get worse and more expensive with time.

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Could be caused by worn wheel bearings if the clicking is not intermittent. If the clicking only occurs when pedaling and sounds rhythmic, this could be caused by the chain and/or sprocket. Some 6 and 7 speed sprockets are renowned for this rhythmic sound under pressure but it doesn't seem to be a serious problem.

Posted on Apr 04, 2016

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