Dassi Bikes Enters Liquidation

Peter Stuart 10 Feb 2020 British carbon frame brand Dassi bikes is to be wound up British bike brand Dassi, the first company to use graphene in the construction of a bike frame, has entered liquidation, following a resolution for the company to be wound up on 29th January under the Insolvency Act 1986. The company has entered liquidation, and appointed a voluntary liquidator, Antony Batty & Company LLP, following a meeting of creditors on 20th January. Dassi bikes became well known as a homegrown carbon frame manufacturer, using F1 technologies and facilities to build the Interceptor carbon frame in the UK. Cyclist visited Dassi in 2016 and saw first-hand the production process being used at an F1 factory in Banbury. Later, the brand became the first to use graphene within the carbon frame itself, and initially charged £5,995 for a frameset that included the graphene technology, the Interceptor Graphene. ...

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