Hi Eric. As we all know the source of these clicks can be elusive to say the 
least! One thing that I have learned to check first is the spokes of the rear 
wheel. You said everything is new. Does that include the wheels? Even if they 
are not new, and regardless if they were hand built or machine (though I find 
it more common in machine built wheels) - try a drop of oil on every point 
where the spokes touch other metal: hub, crossings and nipples. I'm surprised 
at how often this silences my bike! I'm sure there will be other good ideas of 
things to check to come from other members. That's where I've learned to check 
first from others more technically versed here. 

Bill in Westchester, NY

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