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“Fantastic. Very funny. Very knowledgeable.”
“Very provocative. I want to buy a bike now.”
“This kind of visionary leadership is what these conferences should be about”
“Excellent to take a step back and look at the big picture. Entertaining an Inspiring.”
“Inspirational talk.”
“Great to think about things that usually get written off as impossible.”
“Very important topic for discussion. Very knowledgeable presenter. Very good.”
“Very interesting concept and presentation — thank you! Good to have time to discuss this controversial idea.”
“Particularly liked that the presenter offered a provocative architectural vision of a possible future.”
“Provocative. Great speaker.”
“Inspirational talk.”
“Excellent ideas.”
“Really enjoyed this presentation”
“Enjoyable presentation of a current issue. Definitely generated thought and discussion.”
Feedback from 2015 AIBC Annual Conference, Vancouver, October 30, 2015 
“Why a Human-powered Mega City Could Have the Fastest Commutes”
“We had the honor to welcome Steven Fleming as a guest speaker to Pakhuis de Zwijger in November 2015. Steven is an eloquent speaker, who enthusiastically discusses one of the major issues of our modern time: getting people out of their cars and on their bikes. Even for the Dutch (a small European country with the highest bike density in the world), the engagingly way Steven talks about reshaping and restructuring our cities and urban environment is both innovatory and exciting to listen to. His enthusiasm and passion for his topic keeps you at edge of your seat for the entire ride. 
– Christel van de Craats / editor Pakhuis de Zwijger Amsterdam/ Platform for Urban Development & the Creative Industry

Steven and Angelina have been poking the hornet’s nest that is urban planning for over a decade, with a mission to put cycling on the agendas of architects, planners, politicians, designers and academics. In recent years, it has been a thrill to work with them on a range of innovative projects, from provocative seminars and the innovative ‘Velotopia’ workshops, as well as producing content for the National Museum of Australia’s ‘Freewheeling’ exhibition about cycling in Australia.

Clinical surveys of architectural theory are not for Steven and Angelina. While better spaces for bicycles might be their primary goal, their work has an altogether higher purpose. By interrogating the physical and cultural fabric of our cities, they help us reimagine the kind of society we might become.

Dr Daniel Oakman, Senior Curator, People and the Environment, National Museum of Australia.


Steven is an adjunct associate professor contributing to research, community outreach, grant applications and campus planning for bicycle transport.



Keynote speaker for the launch of the Norwegian ride to work initiative at City Hall, Oslo.




Steven belongs to a research team (with Walter Willet, Anne Lusk and Morteza Asgarzadeh) investigating the contribution bicycle environments can make to public health by reducing chronic disease.


Steven has represented Shimano Urban Sports division and their flagship Metrea Range by attending and speaking at international events including EuroBike and Ride New York. This work is in partnership with Univa America Inc.



The Property Council of Australia has engaged Cycle Space International P/L for its mapping and masterplanning services.  This is part of their mission to be leaders through responsible property development and future visioning.


logo-mavid-groupCycle Space International P/L is proud to have helped the Mavid Group achieve Australia’s first bicycle oriented development, with design advice, research, environmental impacts reporting, and presentations to authorities. Marketing. Vision. Press.


bgi-logoWhile a visiting scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health in 2013, Steven was invited with Dr. Anne Lusk to advise Boston Global Investors on creative ways of enticing apartment buyers attracted to their Seaport Development by the change this address would afford them of cycling to work. Steven presented a district-wide bike strategy, network planning, an appraisal of U.S. and European precedents and new bike parking solutions to utilise space within micro-apartments and access corridors.



Input into the design of a US Green Parking accreditation instrument, specifically with regards to future conversion of parking stations into bike-access housing.





A talk at Singapore’s Archifest led to an invitation to advise the chiefs Singapore’s 4 Authorities with an interest in bicycle transport. Steven presented creative solutions to the problems of pedestrian conflict on shared paths, bike parking in shopping precincts and perspiration. He was also able to provide a pan-island bike transport strategy as an alternative to road and rail transport, that addressed the problems of available space, haze, heat and heavy rain. (pdf version of slide show)



Contribution to the development of the Heart Foundation’s state environmental design policy for Tasmania.



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Invited by councillors of Hobart and Kingsborough Councils to help them develop actionable policies informed by a strategic vision of cycling in these municipalities.




Permeability mapping of various cities to assess their suitability for bike sharing.




Mapping services provided in relation to community outreach programs with various Australian cities.




Advice regaridng cyclogistics in the Australian context.



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Specialist architectural and technical feedback on designs.




Tender support with statement of environmental effects around bicycling enterprise.


ACPPro bono service to the party’s advisory board.


1467537_237640_NMA_Logo_Primary_Pos_Black_RGBLed one day workshop Imagining Velotopia, April 2015. (report  on NMA website).




Led one day workshop Imagining Cycle-Spaces Feb. 2015.



Architecture for Cycling Workshop with Jordi Gali at La Ciudad de las Bicis in Zaragoza.



Speaker for Bike Futures continuing professional development program.




Teaching each year into the Built Environment, Human Energy Expenditure extension course.