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Backyard ramp radness from Wayne Keller

23 12 2011

Haven’t heard from Wayne Keller in a while so I was pleasantly surprised to get an email the other day with some recent pics.

Looks like Wayne is still tearing things up…this time on his backyard ramp. Check out this color pic by Chip Riggs…so rad!

And check out this sorta arty black and white shot.  Nice work Wayne!

To see more pics of Wayne shredding, check out his blog, carrot-bag.blogspot.com.

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Wayne Keller gets whiplash while riding

20 01 2011

Just when I start thinking that it’s been far too long since we checked out some 24″ flatland, Wayne Keller goes ahead and posted this cool whiplash sequence.

Kinda looks like something that would’ve run in Freestylin’ magazine back in the day. (Especially with that Sanford and Son pic in the middle.)

Stylish.

Wayne has a lot of stuff on the go, everything from creating custom parts to perfecting his tables, so be sure to check out his blog, carrot-bag.blogspot.com to learn more about his other projects.





I just love a good tabletop photo

17 11 2010

The classic tabletop never gets old.

At the trails, off a curb or at the skatepark…it’s all good.

Wayne Keller with a cool sequence shot of a skatepark table.

To see the tabletop sequence in action, check out the last few seconds of this vid.

The super-long hang five that starts the vid is pretty impressive too.

To see what else Wayne is getting up to check out his blog, carrot-bag.blogspot.com.





Custom parts make a one-of-a-kind ride

28 10 2010

If you’re on Sunday Bike’s Facebook feed, you may have caught this video of Wayne Keller riding his local skatepark.

What you may not know, besides tearing up the skateparks, Wayne also has a thing for repurposing, remachining and generally customizing his parts for his ride.

Check out his stem.  He carved the top off and engraved “Dork” on it. The cool paint job on both the stem and the sprocket are trick too.

His hubs are also attention-getting…painted in a “can’t miss this” orange.

To keep things fresh, Wayne’s redoing his bike at the moment and ditching the lime green and orange. He’s changing a bunch of his parts to different shades of grey.

Check out Wayne’s blog, carrot-bag.blogspot.com/ for more updates on the constantly evolving look of his Model-C.

Great to see  people  customizing their rides and making them their own.