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Dan’s Comp quickly sold out of Tribute Frames, forks and handlebars. We should have a new shipment of parts arriving in the next 65 days. Thanks so much for all your support. We couldn’t have done it without the support of our customers.
Internet sensation Wayne Keller is at it again. Not only did this 41-yr-old Floridian star in this video, he also edited it and created the soundtrack.
One handed X-UP courtesy of Mr. Wayne Keller. Wayne recently turned 42 and is proof that you’re never too old to get out a shred.
T-shirts just arrived. These are pretty limited so get one while you can.
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All around cool dude Eric Ng sporting his new shirt and shamelessly plugging our old frame. If you’re ever in the San Francisco area and need work done to your vehicle ,Eric is the man for the job.
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(between 26th Ave & 27th Ave)
San Francisco, CA 94121
Neighborhood: Outer Richmond
42yr old Dave Verde blasting the ramps at the Keller compound. He looks right a home aboard our prototype cruiser.
I would like to thank everyone who voted for Wayne. Your votes helped him earn the #1 spot in the beardhead.com contest.
Looks like we’re still going to have a few weeks left of winter so be sure to get yourself a beardhead to keep warm.
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180 over the spine and even managed to check his tire pressure. Official Tribute test pilot Wayne Keller aboard 1 of our prototype cruisers. Wayne finds the time to hit the skatepark everyday while the rest of us old guys scramble to find our Glucosamine, Chondroitin & MSM just to make it through the day.
Wayne’s first day aboard our new our new frame and fork.He just had to get a session in before the rain started again.41 years old and riding brakeless.
Wayne Keller at the helm of our newest frame,fork and handlebars.
Here’s Konrad Hofer taking advantage of a perfect Autumn day.He’s still running our very first 20″ prototype frame which we hope to get into production sometime soon. Architecture student with Ninja like moves.
Wayne’s been pretty busy lately. He resurrected the old ramp that’s been sitting in the woods for 25+ years. Take a look at the before and after pictures. That thing used to have barnacles all over it and now it sports a new coat of paint along with $400 worth of sheet metal. He even managed to put in a few riding sessions while doing the repairs (How the heck does he even find the time?). I don’t have the proof yet, but I’m pretty sure Wayne has got to be a robot or something. He gets up before the roosters and then rides to work. He still manages to email me during his busy work days. Once the lights are shut off at work, he’s out on the street and heads home on his bike. Somewhere between work and coming home, he stops and picks up his kids from school. After all that’s out of the way, he somehow has energy to drag poop through the woods and cut, grind and weld, and then ride some more. The good news is that the ramp will be all ready to go for Wayne to test out the new goodies that are being made as we speak. Wayne, if you’re reading this…I have no idea when the stuff is coming, but it’s going to be soon.