This one story I had grew from my mind from a particular scene. It's poignant in the narrative and pretty much the start of the actual concept. The scene is my protagonist, Scott, sneaking out of the school (where he's learning to use his psychic powers) by nightfall to teach one of his female friends from class how to ride a bike. It's particularly smoggy at night, so they wear bandannas over their faces and goggles to make for easier lessons. From there they witness a crime (the city is corrupt and psychic monarchs are falling from power) and use their telekineses to stop the crook, and they effectively take on the identities of nighttime vigilantes. I'd like to start the story with that scene, but there's a few problems with that. Some of the plot before that is important such as how he discovers his powers and his first day at the academy, as well as how him and Naomi (the bike girl) meet and discuss sneaking out. I'm writing the story in third-person, so I can't really do a "and that's how we got here" line. And if I present the scene before first backtracking, do I need to write the scene again before I continue with the story (realizing their abilities as vigilantes, etc.)? How would I skip over it? Help, please!