Incident Detection Overly Sensitive

Reports of over-sensitivity have percolated through these forums for a long time. I'm on the most current firmware and, unfortunately, any time it rains and I brake even reasonably hard with my front brake, the vibration sets off the incident detection alert. I have disc brakes on a Trek road bike -- and the rotor does not appear to be out of true. Dangerous situation because I end up relying solely on my back brake in the rain more than is ideal.

Anyone else experience this?

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  • For me it doesn't even require rain.  I started out from a light, clicked in smoothly, turned left, got a warning before I finished crossing the (rather small) intersection.  Navigating the cancellation process wasn't hard, but doing it while riding uphill in traffic wasn't great.  It doesn't trigger on rough road or when I lay the bike on the ground, so why then?

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  • For me it doesn't even require rain.  I started out from a light, clicked in smoothly, turned left, got a warning before I finished crossing the (rather small) intersection.  Navigating the cancellation process wasn't hard, but doing it while riding uphill in traffic wasn't great.  It doesn't trigger on rough road or when I lay the bike on the ground, so why then?

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