Mountain Bike Chain Making Noise. For example, in Internet Explorer, click Edit and then Find (on this page), type the word or phrase that defines your bicycle noise, then press Enter, and Explorer will find it on this page. You may need to proceed through the drive train step by step, part by part to eliminate potential problems.
Developed in collaboration with downhill mountain bike legend, Chris Kovarik in Whistler BC. You can make a slight adjustment, but the real reason for your chain rubbing is probably caused by small chainring to smallest cog, or large chaining to largest cog combination when riding. When I get into certain gears my chain or drive train makes a noise that I can only to compare to the noise a rollercoaster makes when it starts going up the first hill. (That analogy will either make perfect sense to you or you won't get it at all) It happens specifically when I get into higher gears on the rear rear cassette. noises can come from anywhere. don't be fooled into thinking its the pedals. try the seatpost and seat bolts are tight. the clamp where the handlebars clamp onto the stem. i had an anoying.
Bike chain clicking noise This happens on multiple gears at different locations on the chain.
Chain slap annoys the heck out of me, and often leads to dropped chains on rough terrain.
My chain makes noise when I am in the lowest gear (largest cog) Your upper derailleur pulley is likely too close to the cassette, and the B screw needs to be adjusted. Designed to keep your bike quiet and efficient whilst minimizing wear. Once you know WHEN it's happening you can progress quickly to WHERE it's happening.