Continuing the discussion from The more pressure, the more vibration:
I just setup my new Wahoo Kickr. Pretty excited!. However, after two test rides and setting up a new sram 10-speed cassette, my cranks and chain are still vibrating and the ride is definitely not smooth.
I am sure there is no “cobblestone” setting on the Kickr…
With the original cassette it was slightly worse. I used a 1.8 mm spacer ring for the 10 speed but will definitely need help figuring this out.
I tried both the 130 mm and 135 mm setup as my hub width is 132 mm (CX bike). No difference.
The bike is super smooth with the wheel attached outside with the same cassette. All parts (Chain, chain ring, cassette are 2 months old with low mileage and replaced at the same time).
Tonight or tomorrow I will try my Mountain-bike or Fat-bike to see if there is any difference.
I hate to return the Kickr but it feels like if I ride the bike with this kind of vibration it will wear out all my components in a month.
Any advise is welcome.