Erick Winkowski’s known for his impromptu maneuvers, and nonchalant approach to just about everything. Here’s what we got in one full day of skating. From dog park larbing to raw Chef Boyardee® chuggin’, you never know what you’re gonna get when you’re with Winkowski. Enjoy this first installment of ALL DAY for Independent Trucks.
Is it offensive to call Erick Winkowski a freak of nature? Because there aren’t many more ways we can think of to explain him to someone. Between balancing on one arm on top of vert ramps for what seems like hours and grinding massive rails on a board shape that was never meant to leave a ramp, Erick has been on a war path lately. We sat down with him to talk a little about his first pro model board for Santa Cruz and his video part from Right to Exist. We have a new batch of his boards coming in to the shop real soon here, but they’re gonna go quick so stay tuned!
Featuring Erick Winkowski, Tom Remillard, Eric Dressen, Kevin Braun, Jereme Knibbs, Tom Asta, Justin Sommer, Kieran Menzies, Jelle Maatman, Helena Long, Dennis Van Der Klugt and Erik Müller.
When Erick eyes up a rail you know it’s gonna be a showdown. Here’s ‘8ballr’ taking it all the way, utilizing Bronson RAW’s “Audible Speed Technology.”
Fresh Blend returns with a hard-hitting montage of Greyson Fletcher, Willis Kimbel, Erick Winkowski, Chris Gregson, and whole gang of other rippers hitting Omar’s perfect backyard bowl.
Erick Winkowski sure has an eclectic bag of tricks and he runs through the full gamut here in this full part from the newest Santa Cruz video “Right To Exist”.
Start your week off right with a minute of Erick Winkowski. From the classic Buena Pool to NYC and back to SF, this footage from Joe Perrin’s archives is sure to get you stoked.
The latest installment…”BARGE AT WILL.” Featuring some of the most radical pools and terrain in the Southwest ‘USofA.’ Pack up the cooler ‘cuz this crew turns up the heat! Featuring Peter Hewitt, Erick Winkowski, Chris Livingston, Willis Kimbel and Turtle Tom.
Santa Cruz riders Tom Asta, Dylan Williams, Erick Winkowski, and Blake Johnson pulled it together to finish in third place! check out a few of their best tricks above.
Competing for their first time in the TransWorld SKATEboarding Team Challenge, Santa Cruz riders Tom Asta, Dylan Williams, Erick Winkowski, and Blake Johnson pulled it together to finish in third place! check out a few of their best tricks above.
No transition? No problem. Winkowski carves his way into a 3-Piece at one of the most difficult spots in Los Angeles. Get it 8ballr!!!
Mano A Mano 2017: Mini Ramp Game of SKATE Final Four: Erick Winkowski vs. Cody Lockwood.