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    Special edition yellow jerseys to mark the Centenary

    Special edition yellow jerseys to mark the Centenary

    To mark the centenary of the yellow jersey, Tour de France organiser Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) and the race’s jersey sponsor Le Coq Sportif have announced 20 individual yellow jerseys to be worn during the 2019 Tour de France. We have the sought after 'Arrivee' jersey available to buy on SBProsport.

    our de France Le Coq Sportif Men's Replica Jersey | Arrivee | 2019

    our de France Le Coq Sportif Men's Replica Jersey | Arrivee | 2019

    The winner of the opening stage will be then presented with the specially designed stage 2 maillot jaune to wear the following day.

    Each of the special editions carries images of significant buildings, locations or riders, against the familiar yellow body of the jersey. 

    Tour de France race director Christian Prudhomme said: "The jerseys are unique this year because each jersey is different and features either the race routes or the champions that have contributed to the history of the Tour de France."

    "We will leave from Brussels where the first Yellow Jersey will feature the Atomium, the last will feature the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées, while others will feature a portrait of Bernard Hinault, Eddy Merckx, Jacques Anquetil and Miguel Indurain for example.

    "It will be something really special for the 100th anniversary of the Yellow Jersey. In a few years’ time, we will be able to say: ‘the yellow jersey was on this stage because it features Eugène Christophe, the first rider to wear the Yellow Jersey in the history of the Tour de France – 19 July 1919-19 July 2019, in Pau’."

    The 20 Yellow Jersey designs for the 2019 Tour de France, including the most sought after Arrivee jersey which is available from SB Pro Sport.

    Stage 2: The Atomium, Brussels
    Stage 3: Eddy Merckx
    Stage 4: Reims Cathedral
    Stage 5: Jacques Anquetil
    Stage 6: Peloton and spectators
    Stage 7: The Lion of Belfort
    Stage 8: Bernard Hinault
    Stage 9: Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium, Saint-Étienne
    Stage 10: Sainte-Cécile Cathedral, Albi
    Stage 11: Jacques Anquetil, Eddy Merckx, Miguel Indurain and Bernard Hinault
    Stage 12: Place du Capitole, Toulouse
    Stage 13: Eugène Christophe
    Stage 14: Col du Tourmalet
    Stage 15: Miguel Indurain
    Stage 16: Nîmes arenas
    Stage 17: Pont du Gard aqueduct 
    Stage 18: Col du Galibier
    Stage 19: Col de l’Iseran
    Stage 20: Mountain landscape
    Stage 21: Arc de Triomphe, Champs-Elysées

    One hundred years of the yellow jersey (maybe)

    One hundred years of the yellow jersey (maybe)
    The Tour de France 2019 is about to start, and every rider stepping in to their cleats in Brussels on 6 July will be hoping that they will get to pull on, if only for a day, the historic Maillot Jaune or Yellow Jersey. 

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