I spent a ton of time backpacking before I ever got into ADV riding. I can easily take less than 10lbs of gear while backpacking, and that is everything including the backpack and clothes on my body, for basic 2-3 season trips. 25 years ago, that was a big deal, today, that is someone who is taking too much weight, lol. Go cruise the forums or watch YT vids, anyone can kit themselves up ultralight now. All the information is out there. When ADV riding, I just added the stuff I needed for the bike, plus my riding gear, and away I went. Turns out, I carry more weight for the bike, then I do for myself (not including riding gear). Tools, tubes, pump, misc bike stuff etc..... (After spending a few weeks out ADV riding, I am right now going through all this stuff like I do my backpacking gear to get it down to the minimum) I think the key to packing light is to realize you don't need that much stuff to be comfortable, and you can't let your "what if this happens", "What if that happens" fears over take you. Let that happen and you will bring everything. Also, if you constantly bring extra stuff and are saying, "oh, it doesn't weigh that much more, I will just take it." Stop that, it adds up to many pounds. Then once you have it down pat on what to bring, you take the lightest you can find of each item. This will drop many pounds off your kit. For the camping gear, look to the niche businesses that cater to ultra lightweight backpackers. Packing light is a mindset. Take the minimum needed to achieve your goal/priorities, then take the lightest of each item on that list of what to take. Go over everything, weigh everything, leave no stone unturned.