Do you mean "WITH a bunch of riders"? It's not really clear what you're asking. You can go to the front any time you want and as long as you're not squirrely, people will be happy to draft you until you burn out and get shelled off the back. If you want to attack and "go off the front" to get away, you do that by accelerating from several positions back from the lead rider.esac said:if you are racing or on a simulated race, and alone (meaning no team mates). would it be proper ettiquette to make it to the front which a bunch of riders from the same club?
The only real way to learn is to race; hence the simulated races.esac said:thanks for the replies. i'm very naive when it comes to racing scenarios and want to get experience. it's a learning process for me right now, but at the same time don't want to step on anyone's shoes.