I am pretty much a noob at real pace lining but had some fun on my single for a few years with a couple other guys on weekday after work runs on a deserted multi use trail. It is about 8 feet wide and out in the wind here in Texas. After work under the blazing sun in 95-100+ degree summer temps there was nobody on it. We would team time trial for all we were worth for an an hour, often in 20-30 mph winds. If you can call three guys an echelon then we did it regularly rotating on the straight sections and holding on thru the frequent turns. The interesting part on a trail like that is that it becomes a skill to just constantly keep track of the exact direction of the wind and adjust your position to stay in the most draft. Of course on a closed road of sorts with three guys who ride together all the time it is different than in a group on the public road.