Against all odds, Jan Bakelants jumped from his breakaway companions as the peloton drew near to catching the group. With the commentators sure that one man could not hold off the charging sprinters even if their numbers were drastically reduced, he looked back to see them coming and gave it one final kick to surprise everyone, least of all himself. He also managed to gain one second at the line, one second that has given him the Malliot Jaune of leader of the 100th Tour de France. So two days into the race, and every jersey has changed hands except the Malliot Vert. This is an original watercolor and ink postcard that is available at my artist website. Just follow the direct link at the end of this post to bet your piece of the 100th Tour de France.