The PEARL iZUMi leaders’ jerseys that will be up for grabs over six days of racing at the 2021 AJ Bell Women’s Tour in October have been revealed.

While the four jerseys have their own unique, eye-catching characteristics, they all also pay homage to the shape of the British isles in their distinctive detail.

Which riders will add their names to our prestigious roll of honour? All will be revealed in Felixstowe, Suffolk, on Saturday 9 October.

AJ Bell leader’s jersey

Women's Tour jersey

Worn by: Awarded to the rider who has completed the course in the fastest time after each stage.

Previous winners: 2019 – Lizzie Deignan (GBR, Trek-Segafredo), 2018 – Coryn Rivera (USA, Team Sunweb), 2017 – Kasia Niewiadoma (POL, WM3 Pro Cycling), 2016 – Lizzie Deignan (GBR, Boels Dolmans), 2015 – Lisa Brennauer (GER, Velocio SRAM), 2014 – Marianne Vos (NED, Rabo Liv)

Sigma Sports points jersey 

Women's Tour jersey

Worn by: Awarded to the most consistent finisher based on placings.

Previous winners: 2019 – Lizzie Deignan (GBR, Trek-Segafredo), 2018 – Marianne Vos (NED, WaowDeals Pro Cycling), 2017 – Christine Majerus (LUX, Boels Dolmans), 2016 – Marianne Vos (NED, Rabo Liv), 2015 – Lisa Brennauer (GER, Velocio SRAM), 2014 – Marianne Vos (NED, Rabo Liv)

ŠKODA King of the Mountains jersey

Women's Tour jersey

Worn by: Awarded to the rider who collects the most points on designated climbs.

Previous winners: 2019 – Kasia Niewiadoma (POL, Canyon//SRAM Racing), 2018 – Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA, Wiggle HIGH5), 2017 – Audrey Cordon Ragot (FRA, Wiggle HIGH5), 2016 – Katie Hall (USA, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling), 2015 – Melissa Hoskins (AUS, Orica AIS), 2014 – Sharon Laws (GBR, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling)

Eisberg sprints jersey

Women's Tour jersey

Worn by: Awarded to the rider who collects the most points at designated sprints.

Previous winners: 2019 – Coryn Rivera (USA, Team Sunweb), 2018 – Coryn Rivera (USA, Team Sunweb), 2017 – Christine Majerus (LUX, Boels Dolmans)

The AJ Bell Women’s Tour rules and regulations – including details of the Sigma Sports points, ŠKODA Queen of the Mountains and Eisberg sprints scoring systems – can be found here.

Full results from this year’s race, presented by Brother UK, will be available here from Monday 4 October.