Stage three may not have been his day, but Fabio Jakobsen can already call his debut at the Tour de France a success having raced to victory on stage two ahead of the world's best sprinters.
The Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl rider has completed a remarkable recovery since his horrific crash at the Tour of Poland two years ago, and has now shown he is back to the very height of his sprinting powers with a victory at the Tour.
Here we take a closer look at the team bike he's using for the race, a Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7. It's the only road race bike Specialized currently offers the team since the all-aero Venge was dropped in 2020.
The 25-year-old is using a fairly standard setup on his Tarmac, with very few customisations.
First off he looks to be running a 56 frame, a beautiful navy and black fade, with a huge stem to allow him to get aero in the sprints.
At the end of that stem is a set of Roval Rapide aero handlebars with black Supercaz bar tape. Upfront is a black K-Edge mount paired with a Garmin 830 Edge computer.
As a Specialized sponsored team, Quick-Step have a choice between the American brand's range of saddles. He's opted for the longer shape of the S-Works Romin Evo saddle with Mirror tech; a technology developed by Specialized that is supposed to help the saddle better fit to your anatomy.
The groupset is fully Shimano, and Jakobsen has the complete Dura-Ace 9200 setup (no mix and match here) with hydraulic disc brakes. Up front he's using the standard Dura-Ace shifter setup with no sprint shifters to be seen.
In these images, taken at the Copenhagen Grand Départ before the flat road stages, Jakobsen is running 54/40 front chainrings, clearly not worried about any of the short inclines in the Danish stages.
The 12-speed cassette does allow for a valuable range of gears, with Jakobsen looking like he was running an 11-30 cassette. The crankset also features a built in Shimano power meter and appears well used already, with a number of scratches and marks visible on the crank arm.
The wheels are the new Roval Rapide CLX, featuring a 51mm deep front wheel and a 60mm deep rear wheel. The wheels are tubeless ready and Jakobsen's set are shod with 26mm S-Works Turbo tubeless tyres.
His bottle cages are provided by Tacx, who also supply the Quick-Step team with their custom race bidons.
Jakobsen and the other sprinters will be in for a wait for another pure sprint stage, though Tuesday's stage four could be an opportunity if they can navigate the short sharp climbs and technical roads of northern France into Calais.