I just installed a new Shimano WH-RS100 radially spoked rim-brake front wheel. It was purchased new, and the shop checked it for trueness. I think they made one or two small adjustments.
After putting it on my bike, with a freshly pumped tire, I applied the front brake and leaned on the handlebars to check that the tire was pumped sufficiently, and I was surprised to hear a single ping from the wheel. I assume this was a spoke doing something, although what exactly I'm not sure.
I then rotated wheel about 1/4 turn, and did the same thing, just bouncing my weight down onto the handlebars a couple times. Repeated this around the whole wheel a couple times. I think I got two more pings out of it like that.
After that I went for a short ride, and did more bouncing weight on the front wheel. Again, I think I got one more ping out of the front. Then I did a couple of drops off curbs, with no more pings resulting.
What if anything should I do now?
Do those pings tell me the wheel has an issue? Or is that just fresh wheel spokes settling in? Or is it from the adjustment at the bike shop settling in?
Do I need to do anything beyond just checking that the wheel is still true?
Note: the matching rear wheel, which has a cross-spoke pattern, did not do this when I installed it, although I don't think the local shop made any tweaks on that one.
I searched for related questions, and found this, which seems to suggest pinging sounds mean the wheel need re-truing.