Bikes designed and made to do quite a specific task always seem to turn out well if executed properly. Oliver from Davey Push Bikes really pulled it off with his Full-Moto project.
This bike is designed for "having a blast in the woods - for relatively short, fast outings, providing the rider with the confidence to attack a trail and get loose, to be engaging and involving." To achieve this, Oliver "wanted a bike whose limits are easy to approach and fun to reach, something that I feel current mountain bike designs have failed to properly address."
By designing the geometry of the frame to more mimic a motocross rider's position, their weight can be more on their feet leading to a bike that descends confidently and feels "chuckable"