‘We are the new pirates’: Bora Bora’s team-mates talk to BBC Sport

The new Bora team-mate of Peter Sagan is the most-watched rider in the history of the sport.

He is not only the fastest but also the most popular. 

He is Bora bora.

And he is doing it on the back of a Bora jacket that was the inspiration for the shirt.

Bora Basha, the former World Champion of the Tour de France, is riding in a new Bola coat made by a company called WAGAR.

WAGR is an Italian company that is making jackets in a number of countries.

In Italy it makes a jacket called the Bola jacket and the company is known for its high quality. 

Bora basha is one of those people who make a lot of money in a very short period of time.

He has been in the sport for decades and he is a legend. 

“I was born in 1977 and I never had any problems in the cycling industry.

I have never had to deal with the media or anybody.

I always said that it is the best career in the world,” he told BBC Sport.

“The Bora is a beautiful jacket and it has a beautiful, elegant design.

The way it is made, the fabrics, the way it fits you.

And it has got a very good sense of style.” 

Bola Basha’s jacket is made of high quality wool and the fabric is very breathable and lightweight.

It has a jacket collar that is double-stitched and the collar is double stitched and has pockets. 

WAGR made the jacket for Peter Sagan. 

Peter Sagan has been riding in the Bora for more than 20 years. 

The Boris Becker rider is the current leader of the team in the Vuelta a Espana, and Borussia Schalke have a very close relationship. 

At the Vuadero in 2009, he won the first stage and was on the podium for the second stage.

He won the Tour in 2010 and finished second overall in the 2011 Vuelta. 

But this season, the Bors have had to go into a battle with their rivals in the race and Boras are looking for an easy win. 

 “We have to be patient, we are riding a lot better than in previous years.

The team is doing a great job and we are looking forward to another successful season,” Borgazian said. 

In the BORA basha shirt, he is wearing a colour scheme similar to the one he wore in the previous Bora jersey, which was made by WAGY. 

And he is in good company. 

For the last two years, BORA has made a special version of the Bori shirt for their riders. 

When the team first started making the jackets in 2007, they were made in a different colour scheme, so they were more colourful. 

Then, when they were making the Boris Bori, the colour scheme changed again. 

Now, they are using the same colour scheme. 

It was a bit of a shock for everyone when they started making their jackets in the same colours again, but we are doing it because it is a good way of showing our commitment to cycling. 

They have been able to do that because they have been making the same jackets for so long and they have done it well. 

If you look at the Borys Bora shirt, you can see the colour and pattern have changed from previous seasons. 

There are some differences between the Boringo and the Borgazis Bora, but I think it is very much the same jacket. 

I think the colour is very similar to what Peter is wearing, and we have seen him wearing the same shirt a few times. 

With all of this going on, the team have been trying to be creative and different. 

Their jackets have been designed with a wide range of styles and colours, so there is always something to choose from. 

As well as the colour, they have added a few different types of patches to the jackets. 

Sometimes you will see them on the jacket collar and other times they will be on the collar sleeve. 

You can even see some of the patches on the side of the collar. 

We think that these are really interesting and different jackets, and they are an example of what we are trying to do. 

One of the things that we have been doing with the team is designing the jackets for the BORS BORES and the other team members. 

A lot of the jackets are made from different fabrics, which makes the jackets really special. 

This is a jacket that is going to be very popular and it is going be very important for the team in the future. 

During the Vuñaville stage, Peter Sagan took off his Bora