I have two Juiced bikes an Ocean Current and Cross Current S. I think they are very good bikes and, because their torque sensors, provide a superior riding experience to most similarly priced competitors that use only cadence sensors. Unfortunately, after about 1,200 miles on the Cross Current S, the bike started to make a clicking noise only when pedaling (which I do all the time). The noise got progressively worse, so I decided to investigate the driveline and try to fix the problem. Although I regularly cleaned and lubed the chain every few hundred miles, I found it to be worn beyond spec. so I ordered a replacement, thinking that maybe that was the problem. To facilitate making repairs, I ordered bike specific tools, namely a chain breaker, master link pliers, cassette nut tool and a chain whip. The new chain was several links shorter than original but the derailleur had plenty enough travel to accommodate the shorter chain and it really tightened up the whole system and shifted beautifully! However, the clicking remained and was quite irritating. So, next step was to remove the rear wheel to see if something was amiss. After taking the wheel out, I removed the cassette and closely inspected it for wear. There was what seemed to be minor wear but I doubted it was the cause of clicking, In any case, decided to replace the cassette with a new close ratio version that is 11-30 teeth (Florida is flat and I don't need very low gearing). At the same time I took the motor hub apart and greased the gears with a recommended lithium grease (more on that later). Put everything together thinking I must have cured the problem, but no, still clicking! Bike rode okay, but the clicking was embarrassing when riding with others. At this point I decided just to buy a whole new wheel assembly from Juiced. Well, although listed on their website, they had no stock and no idea when they might get more. In fact, they really don't have any repair parts for the CCS and their customer support is somewhat lacking. I kept on riding, as getting out on the bike is keeping me sane in corona virus plagued Florida. After about two more weeks of enduring ever noisier clicking, the clutch started slipping on occasion when I pushed hard on the pedals or used the throttle! After some contemplation and research, I came to the conclusion that the only part that was left to cure the clicking was the freehub. It took a while to find the right parts; eBay was a great source, and I ordered a new freehub and, just to be safe a clutch. When they came, I pulled everything apart again to install. I believe the clutch issue was my fault as I may have been a bit overzealous when I lubed the motor gears, and some of the grease migrated into the clutch, so I was very sparing with grease the second time around! The freehub comes with a new motor cover as an assembly and was very easy to install as it includes bearings. Careful examination of the new vs. old parts did not reveal any obvious fault, but I did notice just a very slight lateral play in the old freehub. Anyway, put everything together and took a ride - no clicking! Following day, took a 25 mile ride and the bike is riding better than new! The motor just purrs, is much quieter than before and the bike just feels terrific so I'm once again enjoying my CCS to the max. I hope this diatribe may help someone else who might also have a similar problem.