From my research before buying a new bike recently the biggest quality brand I've seen is Trek and all its smaller offshoots. there's also Specialized, Cannondale, Raleigh, Felt, Giant, Schwinn, Bianchi, Lemond, Marin, and Fuji. They all offer sightly different stuff so it's up to you what you want and how much you're willing to spend. That is, if you're looking to buy. The best test is a test ride. Give it 20 minutes and go with your gut. I personally invested my money in a Cannondale because they had what I wanted at the right price.
his hobbies were .. drawing mountains, go on a bicycle, and hoping to climb a mountain one day!
The manufacturer is hoping that this will induce you to buy one. Often these are made of plastic. You might think that if you drop it it will splinter into a million pieces but the manufacturer is offering you the assurance that it won't.
Yes, the word hoping is a common noun (a gerund).A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:Professor Dr. Helmut Hoping, Falculty of Theology, University of Fribourg, Fribourg, SwitzerlandHoping Island Beach Park, Zhongzheng District, Keelung City, TaiwanMary Hoping (street name), Metro Manila, Philippines"Hoping for Rain", historical fiction by Kate Connell
the hoping of the hoping hopping bunnies that just keep hoping and hopping till they hope. and hope upon hope leads to hope and hoping hope is hoping hope indeed and hope leads to hoping hope and bunnies hoping just keep hoping and hopping for hope and hope leads to hoping and hopping and hoping hoping hopping. so just keep hoping and hopping if you are a bunny that was the world's dumbest answer. no you know what is the world's biggest record broken.
Well, I was hoping to find this answer, but I guess I'll provide the few ones I know of. -Novels -Screenplays and their specific genres and subcategories.
Yes, it's hope and hoping
Buddhists become in tune with their souls/inner being. They're focused on improving themselves instead of hoping a higher being will do it for them.
He was hoping to find gold.
They were hoping to have a perfect society
"Hoping" in English is sperando in Italian.
I was hoping the test got posponed because i had not studied.
They were hoping to win and keep on fighting for slavery.