At a recent spinning class at the Y, I noticed the variety of shirts worn by my fellow cyclists. Of course, they were different colors and styles, but what caught my attention were the logos. The instructor and another cyclist wore shirts from a Kinetic Half triathlon. Other cyclists wore shirts from a 50K trail run, a local city running festival, and a century bike ride. Some of the other shirts reflected the wearers' college affiliations, past vacation destinations, and even political causes. Our shirts represented a range of experiences, but whatever our personal aspirations, we came together for that hour as a group, intent only on cadence and proper form.