One Down Four Up's Yamaha DT250
Take a bike that's on the pretty light side to begin with, and start removing some parts while swapping others for aluminum, and you've got a glorified paperweight. That's a good thing. The whole point of this Yamaha is to make it ridiculously easy to drive daily, which is made all the more easy when it weighs nothing. As a beautiful side effect, it's significantly faster than stock now, without doing much to the engine besides a refresh. [See More]
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor, and can be found on Twitter. He wants to ride through the middle of nowhere on that Ducati for some reason.