Hoosier Hardmen Endure Arctic Conditions

- Zipp OVCX Tour Finals in Indianapolis by John G.
December 8, 2008Sub-freezing temperatures greeted the participants who braved the elements to contest the final Zipp Ohio Valley Cyclocross Tour event at Brookside Park in Indianapolis. Although the ground was snow covered in spots, icy in others with air temperatures hovering around 20°F, the racing action was anything but frigid. Brookside Park, host to summertime criterium races for more than 30 years, proved a tough opponent for those on 'cross bikes who had to navigate almost-frozen mud, icy pavement, and the infamous stair climb section.
As you can read in John G.’s race report at CYCLOCROSSWORLD.com, Sunday’s race was challenging. Yes the cold and icy conditions were very formidable; however, my greatest foe was my own stupidity! I arrived at Brookside with 90 minutes to recon the course and warm up just as I had planned. I was only racing two races this year. In my mind I had decided the first race in November would be a test/ practice race for Brookside. Well November’s race turned out to be a short lesson. A puncture in the early part of the race left me sidelined. So there was an increased sense of pressure in my mind to at least finish the Brookside race. Added to this pressure was the fact that two other BGI South Employees would be racing in my category.

Enough of this, back to my stupidity, everything was going as planned. I picked up my race number, went back to the car to get ready for my warm up run. I decided to run the course to help me warm up and to learn the course before I try it on the bike. I left my car and found my way down to the start/ finish area and started my run. About one quarter the way into the course I cautiously reached for my car keys in the back of my cycling jacket…my hand found nothing. I stopped in my tracks as my mind slowly wrapped it’s self around the fact that I just locked my keys and all my gear in my car! I ran back praying that I left a door unlocked. When I reached my car it was as I feared, everything was locked tight. I weighed the risk of calling my beautiful bride and kindly ask her to gather our brood of children in the van and race to the park and unlock my doors in the next 45 minutes. My kind wife said sure and got to the race with 2 minutes to spare. One of my co-workers at the shop set my bike up as I changed into my riding gear.

As the race to get ready in time was finishing, my real race was starting. I started in the back and we were off. Again my main goal was to finish. I had switched to a new tubeless tire system for this race. It allowed me to run lower PSI in my tires and hopefully give me better control. It worked great. The course was frozen and last year’s ruts were still quite real and ready to grab your tires and pull you out of bounds. As we entered the 1st off camber/ technical section I quickly found out that my tire selection was allowing me to navigate much better than those around me. I was able to quickly pass and distance myself from the back third of the field. The rest of the race was pure time trial mode. I was lacking in some power and fitness, however I was quite surprised at my technical skills. I was able to claw my way up to 14th out of 35 in my category. The race started 3 categories together for a total of 70 riders (I guess I placed between 19-25 for the total race). I was pleased. Best of all, I was the best placed BGI South Employee!

Props out to Nick for braving the cold and helping IC3 run the 9 and under race. We only had 4 enter, but the little guys enjoyed it.


More Cold Fun!

Fun in the Cold

You might have missed this in Velonews, but on Sunday, November 9th a once great cyclist, winner of countless road, mountain and cyclo-cross races made his comeback complete by competing in the Ohio Valley Cyclo-Cross race in Dayton, Oh.
The cold air only added the tension as I was called to my start grid. As I looked around, I started to remember the feeling of competition. My legs were twitching much like a cat as it readies to pounce on its unsuspecting prey. The ring of the gun vibrated off each of the 75 riders. I shot for the hole and made through the first 100 meters that included five 90 degree turns and one set of three barriers to be crossed without going down in a tangled mess of legs and gears. As I remounted after the first of two sand pit runs, I was in a strong 20th position. I was in perfect position to really flounder and lose 20 more spots, and so I did just that. I started falling back so fast, I swore I heard spectators calling me McCain.
Reality was setting in hard. What was I doing? I am a middle-aged man whose legs haven’t seen any type of hard training for several years. I was suffering like Governor Palin in a Katie Couric interview. I too had no life line. Then there was a sliver of hope, a small thorn made its way into my rear wheel and saved me the better part of the whole race. Yes, 1 ½ laps into the race and I flatted out! No worries, I will be back racing on December 7 at the Brookside Park Cyclo-Cross race in Indianapolis.
My two boys enjoyed the kid’s race as you can see from the pictures. I encourage you all to help with the race at Brookside Park .



Matthew 22:37 (New International Version)
37Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.'[a]

I was challenged by a student recently. I was asked why they should worry about theology. Their argument was based on three points.

1. Christianity is Spiritual and not intellectual.
2. I have a Pastor who teaches me what I need to know.
3. I could never begin to understand Theology.

Although this doesn’t surprise me, it does concern me. It is not an uncommon reality. We as humans often shirk our responsibility. Many people believe that if they don’t think about it and just follow, they are not responsible if it is wrong. I would rather have a Pastor tell me something and I believe it. If what he tells me is wrong, I can blame the pastor for miss leading me.

I also hear people often talk about Christianity being Spiritual and not intellectual. “I do not want to muck up what the Spirit tells me to do with all that religious stuff.” I agree our faith deepened with help of the Holy Spirit. I believe the Spirit leads us and guides us, but we must engage the Holy Spirit. We engage in this relationship with study, prayer and listening. We must spend time dwelling on our faith and the Bible’s teachings.

Theology is not hard to understand or study. Theology is simply studying and thinking about God. You do not need to use big words and fancy theories to do this, only your Bible. Sitting quietly reading and then thinking about what you read is Theology. Seeking guidance from the Holy Spirit and allowing it to stoke that passion for God that resides in all humans. God will reveal His Truths to you in a way that will benefit you.


Cold Morning

Cold, is the word today. I road to work this morning with the thermometer reading 45 degrees. The start was a bit chilly, so I emerged from my warm home with full leg bibs and a warm jacket. Now these were not my winter tights, but a set of light tights I have some how collected over the years. They were perfect, I did over dress on the upper torso I was sweating greatly before I reached the halfway point. Fortunately for good layering practices, all I needed to do was unzip slightly to help regulate my core temperature.
Today was a good day. My legs responded properly and I felt quite proud to be riding on such a cool morning. This combination helped transport me to that fluid state of mind that athletes describe as "In the Flow". What a blessing.

I look forward to my evening ride home!



Life is an adventure, or at least if you make it one! One of my favorite quotes is from Teddy Roosevelt….

It is not the critic who counts, not the one who points out how the strong man stumbled or how the doer of deeds might have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred with sweat and dust and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in a worthy cause; who, if he wins, knows the triumph of high achievement; and who, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory or defeat.

Likewise, my Creator did not knit me together with a timid soul. He scooped down and created me in His image. Once he was finished molding me out of dirt, He breathed His Spirit into me and I breathed! He did not create me to be timid or void of passion, He created me to live and to worship Him through my life! So it is I live to do!
One of my deepest passions is for cycling. I enjoy every facet of the sport. When I am separated from it, my balance is off and I long for it. This year has been a challenge for me in this way. I have had little time to ride and indulge in my passion. However in the spirit of what I wrote above, I have found a new cycling outlet. I have been commuting to work steadily throughout the summer. Now that the nights are getting dark, I decided to invest in some high quality lights and continue to trek to and fro once or twice a week. I will admit my first night commuting home in total darkness, was no less than scary. I was on guard and nervous the whole ride, however I am now enjoying the ride home. The night is not scary, it is peaceful and I look forward to the quite solitude on the dark roads. I think my next step is trail riding at night.
I am also climbing into the ring to do battle with Cyclo-Cross racing. This is difficult due to my enormous, competitive spirit. Nothing frustrates me more than not being prepared for a race. I will have little time to train specifically for the races, but will focus on enjoying the moment.
If there is anyone interested in racing or just watching, you can hitch a ride. The first race is in Dayton, OH on Nov. 9.



Team Meeting on Saturday September 13th
When: 9am
Where:Martinsville Starbucks, Martinsville Indiana
What: Club Business, Riding and Fellowship

9:00 AM Meet at Starbucks
9:15 AM Devotion
9:30 AM Start Meeting
10:30 AM End Meeting
10:31 AM Get ready to ride


Why we do what we do!

Summer is fleeing faster that a breakaway chasing a prime. Time to breakout those goals you set earlier in the year and evaluate where they stand. It is a good time to make notes for next season. Answer questions like;
1. When was your peak?
2. When did you feel tired the most?
3. What nutrition worked?
4. How was your motivation?
I love my excel journal where I record my times, miles and other data. I also like to journal about my rides, moods and other things that are not so easily quantified. Remember we are Body, Mind and Spirit.

The TobyMac quote is a good reminder. What are we “Burning” for, results, equipment and personal glory? We here to “Burn” for Christ, to glorify Him who saved us! We have been given the privilege to show our love and our dedication to him, while riding our bikes, running and swimming. To worship the High Priest through the good and proper use of our bodies, yet we waist this opportunity if we don’t finish the race! Now I hope you know I am not talking about the actual race or competition, but our own personal race. Each of us has been given a race to run by our Lord. Each of our races involve ministry. How do we show the world that all we do is for Christ! That we “Burn” for Christ!

That is why I am in IC3. Simply riding with <>< on my back tells the world for who I ride! When I stop and help another rider out, or when one of you guys stand on a podium or IC3 is listed by your name on a results sheet. These are all ways to glorify the most high.

Remember, it is not for our glory, nor is it for IC3 glory, but it is for Christ that we strive to reach the finish line.

I feel revived again, I am alive again

“I Burn for You”
“I want the whole world to know I burn for you.
I feel revived again, I am alive again.
I’m up and running like there ain’t no tomorrow,
I rather burn for you than fade away
I rather burn for you than go my way,
I am a whole new guy
With a whole new vibe,
Changed inside – more flame in the fire
Can’t stop, won’t stop praying
For desire
Like the bunny on the screen feel so energized
Old shell gone without a trace, new face
No more shortness of breath new pace
Live life now without the taste of fear”

TobyMac, Welcome to Diverse City


The Dreaded Rain Day

Training, training and yet more training! This is the summer for many of us. I have been lamenting lately about my lack of training time! As cyclists we often find ourselves in that mental rut of thinking “If a little is good, and a lot is better, then I will do a ton and win!” Because of this, it is hard for us cyclists to take unplanned interruptions to our detailed training schedules. I had today off and had planned a nice long ride. My legs haven’t propelled my bike past 35 miles in a single ride all year. I was so excited on Sunday when I declared today to be a long ride day. The boys are with their Grandparents for the week and my Bride and I are going out for a much need date tonight! So the day was mine to spend joyfully spinning through the hills of Morgan Monroe!

As I type this we are under a tornado watch with severe storms on the way! I am disappointed to say the least. The dreaded rain day, the irony is if I had been training long and hard all spring I would welcome this day to catch up on any number of things. However this is not my situation.
With the wisdom that only comes with time and God’s Grace, I know there is a lesson in today’s tragedy. As I wait for the inevitable rain on my front porch, God’s Spirit reminds me that there is a season for all things. The Spirit reminds me that my plans are not always God’s plans, that I am not the center. Now to some, this is a point of anger and disobedience! Many individuals turn away from God because of this one Truth…When we give our lives to God, we must surrender our will to God. They do not want to give in to God! They do not want to admit that God is in control. They want to be the center of the universe. They want to be in control and do whatever they want to do! They do not want a deity that restricts their life, so they search for a god that makes them feel good, and will let them control their lives.

I can understand this type of thinking. I sympathize with these individuals. Giving up control is difficult. To admit that our actions and thoughts need to be carefully examined and that we need to seek forgiveness for our human faults, angers us and puts us into a defensive state of mind. It can make us bitter and it can harden our hearts. I am tempted to believe my life would be better and more enjoyable if only I didn’t have to conform to Christ. If I did all the things I wanted and focused on me, I would be happy. I also understand that this is my flesh talking. I know that Christ is my life, that in Him I have life!

I have experienced the freedom of not being in control. I have experienced the freedom of His Love that releases me to be complete in Him! Like today, even though I desperately want to be out riding, I rest in the knowledge that God has control and that I am not responsible to “Make things happen”. Did God make it rain just to keep me off the bike today? That I do not know and may never know, is God good and is His Will always working to reconcile all people to Himself? Yes that I do know and in that knowledge I have learned to be satisfied and content. I have learned to trust God and live in whatever season I am called to live in.

I pray you learn to greet each season with gratefulness. I pray you experience the love, comfort and contentment that only comes from living in Christ.



We are having a team/ club meeting on June 28th after the Eagle Creek Fast Crit race. We will meet by the IC3 banner after it is all said and done.

Note: I am helping with the race, so the meeting will not start until after everything is done. I encourage you to consider helping Dan out too. It is fun!

See the Indiana Race Series web page link to the left to find out more about race location and times.

Hope to see you there.

Everyone is welcome, if you would like to learn more about our club/ team, stop by!


James 2:26

James 2:26 (New International Version)
26 As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without deeds is dead.

Greetings, Brothers and Sisters in Christ! As summer time activities and training ramps up, I know from personal experiences that we as cyclist sometimes become very self involved. Meaning we get so wrapped up into training, equipment and racing that we put other things on hold. Sometimes work, studies and relationships take a backseat to our love of cycling. We get caught up into the thinking that if only I had more time to train or if only I had that frame, I could win. This drive to win races can fool us, and cause us to take our eyes off the true prize!
Our Earthly success is meaningless without Christ. No matter what we accomplish here on earth, it will never satisfy us and our true need for Christ! So you say, I know Christ and He is the Lord of my life. Why are you badgering me about this?

If Christ is truly Lord over our lives, then how can anything be placed before Him? We must constantly evaluate our lives and make sure we are not slipping into the philosophies of this world! Everything we do should point to Christ!

This means our training and racing should be a testimony to Christ! What does this look like? Gracious victories and defeats, fair riding, generous team tactics and forgiveness. There is no room for filthy language, rude gestures and negative talk. I know in the heat of the battle, things can quickly get out of hand. When this happens we should be quick to reconcile and ask for forgiveness. This type of behavior should be followed on and off the bike.

Please understand I am not any better. I fall short of Christ daily. I am no better than the dust my Creator made, however that doesn’t not give me an excuse to give up and not try to be more like Him. In fact it is because He loves me even though I am such an unworthy creation, that I want to work harder every day to hear His words, “Well done faithful servant”.

I encourage you to live each day, striving to be more like Jesus.


Race Reports: Ceraland and Mooresville

Ceraland Challenge, April 19: 22.1 MPH AVG.
It was a dreary day in Ceraland this past Saturday. The temperatures were cold, and the race's beginning was greeted with spitting rain. There were 18 category 4 racers in the race. The M.O.B. squad and Nebo Ridge racing teams were well represented making up the better part of half of the group between the two teams. As soon as the race director said "go" the racing began. It was a fairly fast paced race through the first quarter of the race. The group was staying together until lap prizes were offered. With each prize came another "breakaway" that was shutdown by strong riding from IC3er Chris Hutchison. A rider from IU snatched up the two consecutive lap sprint prizes, and he was awarded a jersey for the third "hot" lap sprint. He was riding very strong to say the least. After the sprints, the race came back together(thanks to Chris) until the final lap. With one mile to go, M.O.B. squad rider, sub-hour Monrovia 40K TTer, and all-around nice guy, Chris Toffolo jumped off the front. Mr. IU and another rider reacted immediately and caught his wheel. Four or five others from the group reacted a little slower and formed a chase group. Team IC3 (represented by Chris Hutchison, Nick Tranbarger, and Tom Trupe) brought their efforts together. Chris took up the pace making responsibilities and brought Nick to within striking distance at the bottom of the finishing "hill." Nick unleashed the finishing effort up the hill, but he started a little late. He managed a second place finish thanks to the hard work from the team. Overall, the race had a successful ending since every team member crossed the finish line rubber side down. (On a side note, the group of 18 riders in the Cat 4 category had three wrecks. Two of these wrecks were single rider accidents. This was in a closed course where we had the two very wide lanes to race upon. Interesting.....)

Mooresville Bike Race, April 20: 23 MPH AVG.
Another cold morning of racing was planned for Mooresville's Pioneer Park this past Sunday morning. Due to the park officials requiring the racers to be out of the park by noon, the Category 3 and 4 races were combined. This made for a group of around 30 to 40. Team IC3 was well represented on the day with four team members present. Kaleb Naegeli, Kameron "Pure Speed" Gray, Chris Hutchison, and Nick Tranbarger were in the pack. The race started with three consecutive "warm-up" laps. This was a nice change from the experience a day ago. At the end of these laps, the attacks began. Chris was patrolling the front of the pack attempting to get in a good looking break. After a few attempts, he came back for a breather in the pack. Kameron took over his role at the front. Moments later, the break of the day went off the front, and Kameron demonstrating his speed and strength went. He successfully made the break after a short chase. The break consisted of a Mesa Cycles rider, two Lucas Oil riders, Kameron. The break worked well together and put up to 40 seconds into the main group. Back in the main group the Indiana Hand Center team, who missed putting a rider in the break, were taking the chasing responsibilities. They were not being successful in bringing the gap down. When the pace slowed momentarily, Chris took a chance and tried to bridge the gap to the break. Kaleb also mounted his own attack. Both aggressors from IC3 made strong effort to join "Pure Speed" up at the front, but they couldn't quite make it. They made the decision after a lengthy pursuit to come back to the group and prepare for the race for fifth. With one lap to go, Nick, who had been camping at the back of the pack the entire race, came to the front with the responsibility of making the last lap very hard, stretching out the pack, and possibly creating easy passing opportunities for Chris and Kaleb. This strategy may have not been the best. Regardless, IC3 had a successful day with Kameron representing in the break and three pack finishers. (Side note: This was a huge group of mostly Cat 3 racers, the roads were more narrow than the previous day, the race was faster with a larger hill, and..........there were no wrecks)


Public Service Announcement: Praise be to God and Helmets

IC3 Indy Brothers and Sisters,

I would like to say special word of thanks to God this evening. As I was embroiled in a fantastic and fast training ride with some local speed burners, I was involved in what could have been a horrible accident. I was about 7th or 8th in a pace line traveling around 30 MPH going across a bridge in Martinsville, IN. Unfortunately, I came to a pot hole (It was a real monster), and I hit full speed right in the center. Through discussion with other riders and inspecting the damage, I believe that the left side of my carbon Zipp handlebars snapped one inch past the stem on impact. The destruction of my handlebars caused me to flip over the bars. I landed first on the back of right shoulder and my head snapped to the payment with great force. The crack in my helmet is quite substantial. I will try to post pictures later. If you want to purchase a helmet that is tried and true, buy a Specialized Decibel. It worked amazingly. I bounce a couple of times on the road and slid to a stop in the rocky berm. I have escaped this crash with only a little road rash on my shoulder and elbow, a pretty good strawberry on my hip, and a trashed handlebars. Everything else seems to be repairable or able to heal. Praise God!
This accident could have been much worse. This is a good reminder to keep each other in our prayers on a daily basis, because this type of stuff can and will happen. It seems to be part of the activity that we all love.
Ride hard, ride safe, and ride to enjoy the fact that we are wonderfully and fearfully made by an almighty and benevolent Creator. Have a great rest of the week.


We are still racing at Ceraland in one week and a half. Don't think this will stop that. :-) Oh...did I mention this wreck happened at 30 MPH....yup, we was flyin'. Watch out boyzzzz! LOL


IC3 Indy at the Little 500

On April 12th, the IC3 Hoosier Spoke will have three members racing in the Indiana University Little 500. The Little 500, now in it's 58th year for the men, is a 50.98 mile race of 200 laps around a quarter mile cinder track. The three members from IC3 that are racing are Kamaron Gray, Kaleb Naegeli, and Max Phillips. Kamaron and Kaleb will be racing for Campus Crusade for Christ Cycling (C4) and Max will be riding for Theta Chi fraternity.

Each year only 33 teams qualify for the mens field; this year over 40 teams attempted to qualify. At the beginning of the race, C4 will be starting in 20th position and Theta Chi will begin in 32nd. The race begins with a flying start, much like the Indianapolis 500 that it is based on. Racers compete on teams of four in a relay race fashion, where ten exchanges must be completed by the end of the race. When an exchange occurs, the rider currently on the bike brings it into the teams pit area located on the outside of the track. The new rider gets a running start, grabs the handlebars, and then jumps on from the left while the previous rider comes sliding to a stop and swings off the bike on the right. None of this would be possible on a conventional road bike, but all racers in the Little 500 use the same model of single speed bike equipped with a coaster brake and 46x18 gearing.

Wrecks are all too frequent in the Little 500 due to the intramural nature of the event and due to it taking place on loose cinders rather than a firm paved surface that we are all used to riding on. Mention these riders in your prayers that they not only glorify God's name on the track, but that they stay safe as well.

Please plan to come to the race and support our racers. The race starts at 2pm on Saturday, April 12. Cru Cycling's (C4, Campus Crusade for Christ) and Theta Chi's "pits" are on the back stretch. Plan on arriving by 12:15-1:00 PM in order to get a seat. There is a $15 cost at the door for the event. You can also prepay for all Little 500 festivities via Ticketmaster for $20.


Ride Announcement: Saturday, April 5

Departure Location: Friendswood Baptist Church (7901 South State Rd 67, Camby, 46113)

Departure Time: 11 AM

Route: http://www.mapmyrun.com/ride/united-states/in/camby/461425688

It's just under 60 miles and hilly. It should be fun.

Pace: Major efforts will be made up the hills...comfortable to moderate in between hills...no one will get dropped and left for dead...we will always regroup before turns. Speeds will be in the 9 MPH (Robb, Observatory, and the Wall) to 40 MPH (down Goat Hollow), but most of the time will be in the 18-23 MPH range.

Bring friends!


Live, Ride, Die...Live!



Spring is coming, promise. No mater what the weatherman says or the thermometer outside, spring is just around the corner. Days are getting longer and when the sun does peek out, you can detect instant warmth on your skin. The Spring Classics are beginning and Velonews will start coming twice a month soon. These are all signs that spring is near.
Another sign is my hairless legs. I shaved on Sunday and I am still enjoying the “First Shave” smoothness. Why is it that the first shave lasts longer? I can’t explain it, however last night on my ride, I felt stronger, quicker and more Pro!
So get the trimmers out and then the razors of your choice and shave down. Buy some Embrocation and go ride!
Check out the calendar and find a ride close to you!


Epic Life

I love words. I love how they can motivate and ignite individuals. How words can paint beautiful pictures in the minds of the audience.

One of my favorite words in “Epic”, all types of images comes to mind when I merely say the word. “Epic” is good, “Epic” is inspiring, “Epic” is my life!

I know it is hard to believe that my life could be considered “Epic”. I am an average man, married with two young boys. I work two jobs and try to ride my bike when time allows. To most individuals, my life looks like anything but “Epic”.

However, each morning I wake up and devote myself to following God’s lead. I practice this everyday, training so I can finish the race and hear “Well done, good and faithful servant”.

Just like training on the bike, there are days that the wind is at my back and I am poetry in motion. Power and endurance are my companions. I am one with Holy Spirit and as it was said before me, “It is Good”.

Then there are the head winds. My power and endurance are distance memories and I long to find the rhythm of past days. These are the days, while I struggle and toil, I repeat over and over to myself “These are the days that I grow stronger”.

Here lies my “Epic” life. Dedicating my life to His purpose, I have plotted a course steeped in joy and suffering.

Could life be “Epic” without struggle and toil? Is not struggle necessary for “Epic”? Suffering and struggle is at the heart of all worthy things. Would the scene in the Garden with our Savior be as powerful if we weren’t privilege to hear His struggle and suffering?

Luke 22:41-44 (NIV)
41He withdrew about a stone's throw beyond them, knelt down and prayed, 42"Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done." 43An angel from heaven appeared to him and strengthened him. 44And being in anguish, he prayed more earnestly, and his sweat was like drops of blood falling to the ground.[

Is not suffering sweetest when we know that we will win in the end? I can dig much deeper into the pain when I know the finish line is just ahead! How similar it is with our journey with Christ. Did Jesus remain in the Tomb? Was he vanquished by death, No! Jesus conquered death, not only for Himself, but also for us. The battle is won; the suffering is not in vain!
So dig deep! Live an “Epic” life. Wake up each morning ready to submit to Christ!




Peace and Grace to you.

This is the 1st entry into the IC3 Blog. As stated above this Blog is dedicated to:

Communication for the Indiana Spoke of the International Christian Cycling Club, IC3.
Motivate individuals Spiritually, Physically, Mentally and Emotionally.
Give me the opportunity to speak endlessly.

I hope you enjoy.
James Sells, IC3 Indiana Director