I've got a gang of bikers intercepting a more urban, sophisticated gang moving into the bikers' territory. The story's set in the mountains, and I've got the bikers set up on a narrow road - forested slope up on one side, less forested, steeper slope down on the other. The bikers have blocked the road forward with a pick-up and then most of them have hidden themselves in the woods on the uphill side of the road, well-armed. The other gang is driving along the road in four SUVs. I assume they'll be in some level of contact with each other. They'll just see a pick-up blocking the road and a car pulled off to the side, with two guys standing by the car. One of the guys is wearing a sheriff's uniform. I'd like the guys in the SUV to be arrogant but not totally stupid. Is there an acceptable way for them to move into this scenario? Probably some of them are ex-military, so if there was a standard military approach (like, how a military convoy would deal with an apparently broken-down car in Iraq or Afghanistan or wherever) that would be excellent. Right now I'm thinking the first SUV comes forward and the other three hang back, but maybe that's kind of sending the first guys out to die, and that wouldn't be the procedure? Any ideas?