Other than about 2-3 instances caused by weather or interviews, I have ridden my bicycle to work for nearly two months straight. My route is about 7 miles long one way, which ends up being 70 miles a week just getting to and from work. Then on my off days, I usually get 5-9 miles of riding in each day, more when I missed a day riding my bike to work.
So I've averaged a little more than 10 miles a day.
Even more importantly though, I find excuses to ride my bike everyday. Even those days I can't ride to and from work I get at least 5 miles in. I don't think I've gotten less than 5 miles of riding for any day since mid-December. My energy level is through the roof and I feel great nearly all the time. (Except for when I have to ride 7 miles against a 20 mph wind. ugh.)
However, my appetite has gone crazy and I am having trouble controlling it. I may only lose 4 lbs this month which actually means I am losing ground on my 3 year goal. Of course, fitness appears to be more important than weight-loss. Diabetes and fitness and Survival rates correlate better with fitness than lower BMI for veterans(Trying to find studies for younger/non-diabetic people more analogous to my situation.)