Zdenek Stybar sprinted to victory in stage two of the Eneco Tour to move into the overall race lead.
Stybar outsprinted Lars Boom and Sep Vanmarcke to claim the stage win and after picking up the bonus seconds for finishing first he now finds himself at the top of the general classification going into stage three.
Boom - who came second on stage two - is now second overall and just one second behind the leader. Stage one winner Andrea Guardini finished 14 seconds behind Stybar and is now out of the top 10.
Stage two saw a three man breakaway escape early on made up of Kevin Van Melsen, Pavel Brutt and Alexis Gougeard and to the astonishment of the peloton, they managed to stay out in front until just under five kilometres to go.
Omega Pharma-Quickstep, Garmin-Sharp and Belkin put in a lot of work to ensure the peloton caught up with the breakaway but a crash with around eight kilometres to go meant that another 25 riders were able to make it to the line in front.
A crash on a roundabout caused the peloton to split and Stybar was fortunately on the right side of the crash. He powered past Bauke Mollema on the run towards the finish line and no-one was able to match his speed.
Stybar is the Czech Republic champion and rides for Omega Pharma-Quickstep and he will hope he can add more wins to his name during the Eneco Tour.
There are only 10 seconds between the first ten riders so going into stage three, the race is definitely up for grabs.
Stage Two result
1 - Zdenek Štybar (CZE) - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step - (4:06:15)
2 - Lars Boom (NED) - Belkin - (+0)
3 - Sep Vanmarcke (BEL) - Belkin - (+0)
4 - Marco Marcato (ITA) - Cannondale - (+0)
5 - Manuel Quinziato (ITA) - BMC Racing - (+0)
6 - Roy Jans (BEL) - Wanty - (+0)
7 - Davide Appollonio (ITA) - AG2R - (+0)
8 - Bauke Mollema (NED) - Belkin - (+0)
9 - Julien Vermote (BEL) - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step - (+0)
10 - Stig Broeckx (BEL) - Lotto - (+0)
1 - Zdenek Štybar (CZE) - Omega Pharma - Quick-Step - (8:20:39)
2 - Lars Boom (NED) - Belkin - (+1)
3 - Sep Vanmarcke (BEL) - Belkin - (+6)
4 - Pavel Brutt (RUS) - Katyusha - (+7)
5 - Philippe Gilbert (BEL) - BMC Racing - (+9)
6 - Marco Marcato (ITA) - Cannondale - (+10)
7 - Nikolai Trussov (RUS) - Tinkoff - Saxo - (+10)
8 - Roy Jans (BEL) - Wanty - (+10)
9 - Aidis Kruopis (LTU) - Orica - (+10)
10 - Jens Keukeleire (BEL) - Orica - (+10)