1998 Cannondale Multisport 1000
1997 Klein Pulse Pro
1993 Cannondale M700
My brother said the frame was a 1993 Cannondale M700 and he had most all of the components at home that we could build it as a pretty cool ride. I had to buy a few items that are common "consumables" like tires, tubes, chain, etc. Since this was going to be my cruiser, I decided to splurge and invested in a Brooks B-17 saddle. Brooks saddle has been around forever, they come highly recommended (especially from fellow clydesdales), and my brother loved it on his commuter bike. (photo album)
Anyways, I drove down to Fort Collins for a few Saturdays to clean the M700, inspect it, test the fit the parts, build it, and tune it. After the test fit build, I assembled my parts list and headed over to my favorite LBS (local bike shop) in Laramie, The Pedalhouse. As would be expected of a great bike shop, they had all of the consumables I was looking for. The surprising part was that they actually had the B-17 saddle model and color that I was looking for! I had my parts to finish the 'Dale!
Another Saturday I drove done to Fort Collins and we finished the bike. A month or so later, my wife and I moved into our new place: a house with a small garage. That meant that I could bring the 'Dale home! I rode a off and on at the new house until the cold, snowy season settled in Laramie. As of this writing, I'm looking forward to putting in many more miles after the snow has thawed and the mercury has risen to a more comfortable range!