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Navigation systems for cyclists are commonly screen-based devices mounted on the handlebar which show map information. Typically, adult cyclists have to explicitly look down for directions. This can be distracting and challenging for children, given their developmental differences in motor and perceptual-motor abilities compared with adults. To address this issue, we designed different unimodal cues and explored their suitability for child cyclists through two experiments. In the firstdoi:10.1145/3290605.3300850 dblp:conf/chi/MatviienkoAAHB19 fatcat:t3kgxpwqdfdoblkb7i2xvw3h34