Ranking the Jerseys
Tell us your favourite jersey in the Tour de France
There’s a wide range of colours and logos on display so tell us which one you like most and be in with a chance to win a jersey signed by a rider from one of the tour’s top teams, complete with a special personal message from a leading rider.
The competition is closed. The fans have voted for their favourite jersey. The winners of the signed jerseys will be notified by email.
Jasper Philipsen - UAE Team Emirates
At just 21 years old and riding his first ever Grand Tour, the Belgian rider scored three top-10 finishes before he was forced to retire from the race.
Giulio Ciccone - Trek Segafredo
The Italian followed up his impressive Giro d’Italia display with a rousing start to the Tour which saw him wear the yellow jersey for two stages.
Peter Sagan - BORA - hansgrohe
The three-times World Champion won his 12th Tour de France stage in this year’s race, and also signed a book for a fan while riding up the Tourmalet.
Caleb Ewan - Lotto Soudal
In his first Tour de France the Australian won three stages, including the prestigious Champs-Élysées sprint finish, to add the status of winning stages at all Grand Tours to his palmares.
Wout Van Aert - Team Jumbo-Visma
Won a stage in his debut Tour de France, out-sprinting two of the best sprinters in the race to do so.
Lennard Kämna - Team Sunweb
Only 21 and riding in his first Tour de France, the German rider scored finishes of fourth and sixth in an impressive debut.
Simon Geschke - CCC Team
Had terrible luck with injuries at the start of the season, which ruined the early part of his campaign, but has made some incredible efforts in this year’s Tour de France.
Mike Woods - EF Education First Pro Cycling
The Canadian rode the second half of the Tour with two broken ribs following a crash on Stage 11.
Egan Bernal - Team INEOS
The first Colombian rider to win the Tour de France, and at just 22 years old. Fans witnessed something very special from the Team INEOS talent.
Julian Alaphilippe - Deceuninck - Quick-Step
Came so close to being France’s first Tour winner since 1985, winning two stages, being named the most combative rider of the race, and wearing the yellow jersey for 14 days along the way.
Simon Yates - Mitchelton- SCOTT
The 2018 Vuelta a España winner has won two stages in this year’s Tour de France, meaning he’s now won stages in all three Grand Tours.