When I saw the forum title I thought I would find lots of entries to Roadcraft. As I did not I thought I had best make one. That is as I have taught Motorcycle Roadcraft for over 20 years. I learned Roadcraft firstly from my father. A British Rocker from the 60's and also an Ambulance Driver. I then went on to learn it more as a Motorcycle Instructor. In the UK Roadcraft refers to the Police Riders Handbook. Well technically the Motorcycle Version does. There is also a version for cars. http://www.roadcraft.co.uk/motorcycle-roadcraft This is the standard used for all advanced motorcycle training in the UK. Well currently at least. I will not say it is being allowed to sit back on it's laurels. It is currently being challenged by new ideas. Have a look at http://nosurprise.org.uk/ To get an idea as to what roadcraft is about have a look at the Max Rider Videos for a video-bite size introduction. http://www.maxrider.co.uk/riding If anyone wants to talk about Roadcraft theory or defensive riding then I am happy to chat. Just ask.