Mike and Bob delve into the Monadnock region's rail trail network, sharing their personal experiences and passion for biking. They discuss the current state of the trails, including their length and condition, and the goals and hurdles in expanding and enhancing them. The conversation underscores the potential benefits of the network, like tourism and promoting health, and the crucial role of funding, grants, and organizational collaboration. The episode wraps up emphasizing the positive influence of community collaboration on the Monadnock region.

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