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The 2014 Rabobank-Liv team is led by Dutch superstar Marianne Vos, the most dominant force in competitive cycling today. Vos is coming off another remarkable season in which she won world championships in road and cyclocross racing. She also won the overall road World Cup title for the second year in a row and finished the season as the UCI's No. 1 ranked rider in the world.
This year's team boasts its strongest lineup yet. It signed Dutch rider Anna van der Bruggen, 4th overall in the World Cup last year, along with German national champion Anna Knauer and Polish climbing talent Katarzyna Niewadoma. Among the riders returning to the team for 2014 are Lucinda Brand, the current Dutch women's road champion, and Pauline Ferrand-Prevot, the 2013 French time trial champion and current cyclocross champion.
This year the team is racing primarly on the Liv Envie Advanced. Beyond the bikes, riders are relying on Liv gear and apparel for day-to-day training and racing.
Anna van der Breggen
Annemiek van Vleuten
Thalita de Jong
Liv rider Pauline Ferrand-Prévot took top honors in Velo magazine’s end-of-year awards issue, winning the prestigious International Cyclist of the Year award.
The 22-year-old French rider had a r...
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot has kept the rainbow stripes within the Rabobank-Liv team, succeeding her teammate Marianne Vos as the new elite women’s road world champion. Racing for the French national tea...
The Rabobank-Liv team pulled off the podium sweep at Saturday’s Women’s Road World Cup finals in France, finishing first, second and third at the GP de Plouay-Bretagne. Lucinda Brand led the way, cap...