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Wouldn't be a throttle cable issue. How long has the bike sat? If it was a while you probably got bad gas or gunk in the field line / filter / carb . Try loosing the fuel cap to eliminate the possibility of a bad vent valve not allowing air in the tank fast enough. Then if that isn't it and the gas isn't bad try flipping the fuel on off under the tank to reserve. If it works then your issue is a plugged on off res switch , next pull the fuel line off and blow through it. If it's plugged a little it'll be hard to blow through. Next step if not those is to remove the float bowl and inspect the float to see if it drops and rises without getting stuck if not then your gonna have to soak it in seafoam over night. One other issue that can be causing a problem is a loose ground. When the bike starts to move the ground may be shaking just enough to cut the power. Happened on my boat and darn near drove me crazy.
Very vague question but I will try anyway if it died at full throttle and won't start again check the copression if it is below 90 psi it needs the top end rebuilt also when u pull the spark plug out look at it if it is whitish and dry definitely needs to be rebuilt running to lean if compression is good carb or electrical problem hope this helps you