Hisham from Germany sends us another hack deadling with wires. This is one that does not scare me too much, I think the possible shock value here is minimal.
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The stationary rear bike light of a folding bike needed wiring. So there was a need for a flexible and tear proof wire with two conductors. The Solution is a bowden cable: one on the protective metal and the other through the core. Another advantage is that you can thread along brake and gearmounts and use less zip ties. And finally you can see it as a false bowden cable instead of a flimsy and complicated wire messing up your clean bike design.