You decide: Who will win the jerseys at the 2016 Tour de France?

There are four different jerseys up for grabs at the Tour de France, so we want to know who you think will be the final holders of yellow, green, white and polka dot

The Tour de France kicks off on Saturday July 2, and three weeks later there will only be one winner on the top step of the podium in Paris.

The yellow jersey, however, isn’t the only prize on offer. Along with the overall win, riders compete for the polka dot mountains jersey, the green sprints jersey and the white jersey for best rider under-25.

Eddy Merckx once won all the jerseys on offer, but this year we’d expect a minimum of two winners: the overall winner could plausibly take the polka dot as a side effect – Chris Froome, 2015 – and could be under-25, but is unlikely to also take the green.

More realistically there are probably going to be four different riders claiming one jersey each.

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For this week’s cycling quiz we want to poll you, the readers, to see which riders you expect to come out on top in each competition by the time the race finishes in Paris on July 24.