Travis Pastrana teases new Black Rifle Coffee video to be released for Veteran’s Day week

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Gabriel Romero

San Antonio Express-News


Nov. 6—Back in September, Black Rifle Coffee in Boerne closed down a few streets near the Hill Country Mile to film a series of videos. Soon, people will finally get to see what was going on downtown with the celebrities starring in the videos.

On Monday, November 7, the Boerne Black Rifle Coffee and Hoonigan, is premiering The Final Send, “an action-packed video” that features action sports personality Travis Pastrana and rally car racer “Texas” Dave Carapetyan, according to a news release.

For three days, crews filmed at multiple roads near the Hill Country Mile in downtown Boerne. The roads were closed for the safety of the public during the filming in September. Black Rifle Coffee, which was founded by military veterans, plans to use the video to kickoff Veterans Day week.

The film stars the two drivers and World War II veterans, according to the release. During the filming, Pastrana and Carapetyan dipped around downtown Boerne in “a knock-down, drag-out car chase behind the wheels of two heavily customized Hoonigan vehicles.” The event will have a live band from 5 to 7 p.m. and the video premiere will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Pastrana released two clips on his Instagram, which featured what appears to be a chase scene.

Hoonigan is a brand that focuses on media production and distribution, experiential event activation, racing and motorsports, and apparel and product collaborations, according to the Hoonigan website. Pastrana has won multiple Supercross, Motocross and Motocross of Nations Championships since 2000. He’s been doing rally car racing since 2006. He is also known for his MTV show back called Nitro Circus. Nitro Circus goes throughout the world performing tricks and stunts.


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