Hincapie takes stage two win and leader jersey in San Jose
150000 fans watch major classification shake-up.
together again. The team did a tremendous job, and we managed to turn things around. This means we still have the opportunity to decide the race in tomorrow's time trial,? said Team CSC manager Bjarne Riis.
In addition to taking the overall race lead, Hincapie also took the lead in the Clif Bar Sprint Competition and will wear the Clif Bar Sprint jersey during Stage Two. Kohn remains in the California Travel and Tourism King of the Mountain Jersey, while Tom Peterson (USA) of Team TIAA-CREF took the Union Bank Best Young Rider Jersey. American Mike Creed of Team TIAA-CREF earned the Adobe Most Aggressive Rider Jersey for his role in the breakaway.