Quick and Dirty Alt+F1:
To activate the Alt+F1 keystroke, you can use the xte tool to simulate the mouseclick onto the menu.
As I have the Main Menu in the region of the upper-left corner, for me the command is
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xte 'keyup F1' 'keyup Alt' 'mousemove 25 10' 'mousedown 1' 'mouseup 1'
Simply enter this line in ccsm > Commands > Command line x, and set the keybinding to Alt+F1 in the Key Bindungs tab.
For you, enter the screen-position of the main menu on your screen behind the mousemove command.
Note, that it is neccassary to 'keyup F1' and 'keyup Alt', as the main menu does not appear when these keys are pressed (double weird, huh?).
Yes, the mouse will move to your menu, and doesn't stay at the position it was before. But this should be ok, as you just decided to control your PC via keyboard at this very moment.
The xte command by the way is part of the xautomation package in debian based Linux'es.