2019 Grand Depart

What colour jersey will you be wearing on the Grand Départ Classic?

Yellow, Polka-Dot, Green and White

As you may know, the Tour de France has four competitions within the race - the white jersey for the best young rider, the green jersey for the best sprinter, and polka dot jersey for the best climber and of course, the yellow jersey for the overall winner. So we've been inspired to create our very own Grand Départ Classic jersey competition.

We've created four jerseys and they will each be awarded on the eve of this year's event to those who meet the following fundraising criteria:

  • The Yellow Jersey will be awarded to the overall top fundraiser at midday on Thursday 09 September.
  • The Polka Jersey will be awarded to the leading fundraiser at midday on Monday 02 August.
  • The Green Jersey will be awarded to the first person to raise over £1,000 in sponsorship.
  • The White Jersey will be awarded to the top fundraiser at midday on Thursday 09 September who is under the age of 36.
  • The Team Classification awards will be presented to the highest fundraising team at midday on Thursday 09 September.

And remember each person can only win one jersey so if someone has secured two jerseys to wear, they'll get to choose which one to wear and then the other one will be awarded to the person in second place on that jersey leaderboard.

Overall fundraising total - £22,412.76

Updated: 22 June 2021

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The race for the Yellow Jersey

Awarded to the overall top fundraiser at midday on Thursday 09 September.

NameAmount raised


1: Fraser Morris£2,296.60


2: Graham Lefevre£2,050.00


2: Brett Stevens£1,552.83


4: Andrew Brimson£1,253.24


5: Karan Sama£1,224.61


King of the Mountains

Awarded to the overall top fundraiser at midday on Monday 02 August. 


NameAmount raised


1: Fraser Morris£2,296.60


2: Graham Lefevre£2,050.00


2: Brett Stevens£1,552.83


4: Andrew Brimson£1,253.24


5: Karan Sama£1,224.61


Best Sprinter

The green jersey will be awarded to the first fundraiser to raise £1,000 in sponsorship. The riders below are listed in the order they each reached £1,000 in sponsorship, with their overall amount raised displayed. We're awarding two green jerseys this year; one to the 2020 winner and one to the 2021 winner.


1: Ian Gregory£1,051.00


1: Nigel Russell£1,518.69


2: Adam Beaumont£1,040.00


3: Fraser Morris£1,295.69


4: Aaron Venables£1,030.15


5: Andrew Jefferson£1,140.00


Best Young Rider

The white jersey will be awarded to the top fundraiser at midday on Thursday 05 September who is under the age of 36.

NameAmount raised


1: Fergus Graham£290.00


2: Liam Garvie£243.37


3: Grant Meiklejohn£186.00


Team Classification

The awards for the overall top fundraising team will be awarded at midday on Thursday 09 September June.

Team nameAmount raised


1: One Hull Of A Ride£1,511.61


2: #PCUKProstateTrain£1,051.00


3: Miller Rowland£0.00


4: The Crankies£0.00