Every time I change my brake cables (which isn't very often, admittedly) I end up buying a ~2m long campagnolo inner cable for the mushroom shaped bit at the end that sits in the lever, and then throw approximately 150 cm away because it only goes to the front brake.
This seems very un-environmentally friendly.
Perhaps I could stop being a p*ssy and go brakeless on account of being an eco warrior. But I am, indeed, too p*ssy.
Anyone got a way around this?
If you have both brakes just change the rear cable and reuse the old rear cut to fit the front
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