Cannondale CAAD4 and Adventure

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Elias
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by Elias

I'd like to present my current bikes:
Cannondale CAAD4 (2003)
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Spec list:
Frame: Cannondale CAAD4 1 1/8", 58 cm Claimed: 1270 g
Fork: Cannondale Slice Prodigy Si 1 1/8", alloy steerer Claimed: 490 g
Headset: Cane Creek S-2 Claimed: 116 g
Stem: Cannondale 3-D forged 26.0
Handlebar: Deda Piega 26.0 Claimed: 295 g
Tape: Cannondale cork tape
Brakes: Cannondale delta
Levers: Shimano Sora triple Claimed: 445 g
Front derailleur: Shimano Fd-2203 triple Claimed: 120 g
Rear derailleur: Shimano Tiagra triple Claimed: 280 g
Cassette: Shimano Sora 12-25 Claimed: 278 g
Chain: Shimano 8-speed Claimed: 335 g
Crankset: Shimano Sora triple 30/42/52 Claimed: 1035 g
Bottom bracket: Shimano 4-taper Clamed: 308 g
Pedals: Shimano Pd-A515 Spd Claimed: 340 g
Rims: Mavic CXP22, 32 holes Claimed: 2 x 490 g
Hubs: Shimano 2200 Claimed: 618 g
Spokes: DT Champion Claimed: 444 g
Tires: Schwalbe Durano plus 700 x 23c Claimed: 2 x 340 g
Inner tubes: Schwalbe Claimed: 2 x 105 g
Saddle:Cannondale Expert road
Seatpost: Kalloy SP-263
Bottle cages: Specialized E-Cage 5.0
Cannondale Adventure (2007)
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Spec list:
Frame: Cannondale Adventure, 57 cm
Fork: Cannondale Headshock
Headset: Cannondale SI (System Integration)
Stem: Cannondale
Handlebar:Cannondale C3 flat bar
Brakes/levers: Magura HS11
Sfift levers: Shimano Deore LX
Front derailleur: Shimano Deore
Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore LX
Cassette: Shimano Deore
Chain: Shimano Deore
Crankset: Shimano
Bottom bracket: Shimano
Pedals: no name
Front rim: Rigida Sputnik
Rear rim: Cannondale
Hubs: Shimano Deore
Spokes: DT Swiss Champion Claimed: 444g
Front tires: Schwalbe CX Comp 700 x 35c Claimed: 480 g
Rear tire: Continental TravelContact 700 x 37c Claimed: 515 g
Inner tubes: Schwalbe Claimed: 2 x 150 g
Saddle: Selle Royal Dardo Claimed: 335 g
Seatpost: Cannondale C3

I'm planning to do some triathlons in the near future (draft legal, non drafting and off road triathlons).
To compete in these 3 types of triathlon I certainly need to upgrade my bike stable. Therefore I have a budget of € 2000 ($ 2500) to invest.
What should I do?
a) Built a cyclo cross or 29er bike where I can compete these 3 types of triathlon with
b) Built a road bike with clip on bars (for draft legal and non drafting) and a mountain bike (off road). If I would take this option which parts can I keep from the spec lists above?

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