The Big Picture | Yeti SB6c Going Big In Utah
Our world of mountain biking has become saturated with amazing images, each one making us long to explore on our bikes, dreaming of new trails and discovering new secrets. Occasionally a set of pictures comes along that redefines everything, making us stop what we are doing and simply share the moment. Shawn Neer wanted to see what his Yeti SB6c could handle in the huge gaps of Green River, and Joey Schusler was there to capture it. The result was simply magical
“Green River, Utah has become well known over the years as one of the most iconic freeride mountain biking locations. Towering book cliffs, soft dirt, and complex terrain make for some of the most unique riding on earth. And while a full on DH rig is typically the bike of choice for such burly terrain, we had different plans.
We hit the road to Green River with Yeti Ambassador and local Colorado shredder Shawn Neer. Our plan was to tackle the large lines seen in the magazines and movies on a Yeti SB6c trail bike. Upon arrival, a hillside with endless possibilities lay before us. Before we knew it we had found our groove for the week; building lines, riding at the edge of our limits, and enjoying the quaint and laid back atmosphere of Green River. It was a much welcomed week of excitement in the midst of the cold Colorado winter months.”
Riding and captions by Shawn Neer
Photos by Joey Schusler
Additional photos by Craig Grant
Trail building by Dustin Zeis