With the Tour de France fast approaching, the organisers of TP ICAP L'Etape London, London's official Tour de France sportive, have launched a Jersey Predictor competition with a chance to win a money-can't-buy Tour de France prize package.

Predict this year's jersey winners to bag some great Tour de France prizes.
Predict this year's jersey winners to bag some great Tour de France prizes.

Launched this morning, and running until midday on Saturday 7th July, cycling fans can visit the TP ICAP L'Etape London website and predict who will finish in the Yellow, Green, White and Polka-Dot jerseys in this year's Tour. If correct, they will be entered into a random draw to win an exclusive prize bundle including:

  • 2 x VIP Passes to the Champs-Élysées for the final stage of Le Tour de France 2019
  • 1 x Official Tour de France Yellow Jersey signed by Alberto Contador
  • 2 x VIP places at TP ICAP L'Etape London including breakfast with a former Le Tour Champion

To enter the competition, visit www.letapeuk.co.uk.

Jerseys of Le Tour: a spotter's guide

Also called the maillot jaune, the Tour de France yellow jersey is won by the rider who tops the general classification leaderboard at the end of the Tour. The most coveted item of clothing in professional cycling, it has been won by riders including Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and Andy Schleck.

The green jersey is often considered the 'sprinter's jersey', and is awarded to the points classification leader, whilst the polka dot or King of the Mountains jersey goes to the rider with the most mountain points.

Finally, the plain white young riders jersey is awarded to the under-26 rider who has completed Le Tour de France in the least amount of time.

Predict and win

The new 'Jersey Predictor' game from TP ICAP L'Etape London gives cycling aficionados the chance to put their cycling knowledge to the test and win. Those also looking to test their legs can sign up for London's official Le Tour de France sportive which takes place on Sunday 23 September.

Starting from the Lee Valley VeloPark, the route takes riders out from the city into the stunning Essex countryside with distances from 70km to 185.5km. Cyclists can also see how they fare on three closed road sprint challenges against previous Tour de France champions and event ambassadors Chris Froome and Andy Schleck.

For more information and to sign up to feel like a Tour de France legend visit www.letapeuk.co.uk/london.