Her is my humble contribution to this thread, an emergency cable setup.
It consists of 1 Gilera clutch cable, 3 generic scooter throttle cables and a collection of end bits - I dunno how these are called in English, but in Spanish they are called "evita soldadura" (something like "weld saver").
The three throttle cables will make a complete throttle cable, or replace the one broken or good for the choke. As the choke can be operated with a broken cable, it is not necessary to have more of these.
These things are fairly common in Latin America, I believe not that common in the US - try bicycle cables instead.
The value this setup is around $10. It weights very little and it fits everywhere - you can have it in your tool tray no issues and it will save the day one day.
The end bits are also good to repair a cable with a broken end.