Floortje Mackaij, the rider that Liv-Plantur is counting on for the future.
Even with the uncertainty of the coming year for Marianne Vos, Rabo-Liv still has the firepower needed to dominate women's cycling. Anna van der Breggen, at the peak of her career, supplies some of the ammunition.
If Marianne Vos has been the queen of women's cycling, super consistent Emma Johansson has been the princess. The Swedish star moves to the Wiggle High 5 team for 2016, making noises that she may soon retire.
Megan Guarnier, riding for Boels-Dolmans, is the 2015 world championships bronze medalist.
Canyon rider Alena Amialiusik represented Belarus in the London Olympics and will probably ride in Rio as well.
Finnish road racing champion Lotta Lepisto will be carrying the mail for Bigla.
Hard-charging Valentina Scandolara will be one of the leaders of the new Cylance team.
Now riding for Orica-AIS, American Tayler Wiles seems to be ready for a breakout season.
A native of Belgium, where cycling is the national sport, Jolien d'Hoore is a national champion on the road and the track.
Triple Canadian champion Leah Kirchmann moves over to Europe to sprint for Liv-Plantur.
Now with the Wiggle High-5 team, Elisa Longo Borghini has been a force to be reckoned with on the international peloton since she was 20 years old.
Rabobank, maybe in their last year of sponsoring a ladies team, still has Dutch star Lucinda Brand.
Rising Italian pro Elena Cecchini has moved to Canyon-SRAM.
World Champion and probable Olympic favorite Elizabeth Armitstead of the Boels-Domans team.
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot, 2014 world champ, mountain bike and cyclocross star and a general in the Rabobank army.