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BlackHeart ambassadors embody the brand ethos of inclusivity, positivity, and having a good time.

Want to join the family? Reach out on Instagram @blackheartbikeco.

Andrew Drummond

Jackson, NH

Andrew is the owner of, a retail store in Jackson, NH. He is a leading voice in the exploration and promotion of the White Mountains – the birthplace of backcountry skiing in the U.S. He produces some of the best outdoor-focused content available, publishing via his Instagram accounts and YouTube channel.

Andrew Jackson

Los Angeles, CA

Andrew grew up racing motocross competing at the amateur nationals. He progressed to BMX and became a top level professional with his ownWeThePeople signature frame. When a critical knee injury forced him to retire, he started road cycling to rehab his knee and the rest is history. Andrew’s love of travel is satisfied through his career as a director of photography shooting documentaries and working with brands such as Nike, Cartier, the NFL, and Warner Studios.

Jedidiah Jenkins

Los Angeles, CA

Jed is a story teller. From the cartels of Mexico, to the mega-churches of the US, to the Amazon in Bolivia, he has seen some crazy things. Jed speaks about choosing your life. He made the frightening decision to leave a job he loved to pursue an untested dream: bicycling to Patagonia and writing a book about it. What an idiot. But here he is, doing it, and he has quite a few things to say. He’s come to believe that living life with intention, curiosity, and wonder are foundational in the pursuit of joy.

Kristen Kuzemko

Santa Monica, CA

Born in Toronto, Kris didn’t discover endurance sports until her 20s. She caught up quick though, running multiple marathons, a 340 mile relay race from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, and cycling across Canada twice to raise money for childhood cancer research and treatment. Kris runs and rides to connect with and inspire women and girls of all ages.

Ron Holden

Los Angeles, CA

Most known for his photography work, Ron was born and raised in Los Angeles where he runs a small creative consulting house. His work has touched multiple industries from sports to tech, to finance, and fashion. In 2020 during a covid-19 lockdown and a boiling point for social justice, Ron set out to create an experience for his community that shed light on issues that plague our society. More importantly, building a platform for individuals from all walks of life to participate in their community while riding their bikes with like-minded people. Thus, “ A peaceful ride with a peaceful message of love and unity was born”… Ride For Black Lives.