Lars van der Haar and Marianne Vos celebrating their victories at the 2012 Cyclocross World Championships. Cor Vos photo.
Kelli Emmett helps launch the world’s first women’s specific full-suspension 29er – the Anthem X 29er W. She also went on to win the Downieville All-Mountain World Championships and the US Super D National Championships. Jake Orness photo. — with David R. Mays.
On the steep grade up Mt. Baldy, Robert Gesink attacks to win the stage and secure overall victory at the Amgen Tour of California. Cor Vos photo.
With the pressure of the World Champ stripes and the nation on his shoulders, Danny Hart comes through with a brilliant run at Fort William World Cup DH to place second (just .8 seconds from victory). Sven Martin Photography
With the team depleted due to a series of crashes, Luis Leon Sanchez saves the Tour de France for Giant with a courageous stage 14 victory. ©2012 Cor Vos
Filipe (right) of “Supermarket bike” fame wins Giant’s “Ride Giant. Ride Whistler.” video contest and earns a dream trip to Crankworx, along with a 2013 Glory 0! — with Filipe Perestrelo.
Michiel Van Der Heijden has a brilliant World Cup XC season, winning the overall series for Under-23 men. Armin M. Küstenbrück photo.
Giant launches the highly anticipated Trance X 29er in the backcountry of British Columbia, Canada. Sterling Lorence photo. — with Doni AW Lupus, Noel Eduria, Colvin Beattie and Romel Felipe Cataño Echavarria.
Marianne Vos wins Gold with a dramatic sprint finish in the London Olympics. Cor Vos photo.
On the final climb, Vos powers her TCR Advanced SL to victory at the 2012 Road World Championships. Cor Vos photo.
Aboard his Giant Glory, Kurt Sorge soars to victory at the 2012 Red Bull Rampage. Ian Collins photo.
Theo Bos shows off the new colors of the Blanco Pro Cycling Team.
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