I think it might help, especially some newer members, to realize their accomplishments if we talk about our "long" rides. I think many newbies assume all of us who have been doing it a while are out riding 100 miles every weekend and feel overwhelmed that they aren't at that level. I know I felt like that in the beginning.
So maybe if us SuperClydes (and SuperAthenas), 300+ pounds, admit our longest rides and/or speeds, maybe it will be lower than some expect and they will feel a greater sense of accomplishment.
I know some say mileage is a useless measure becuase if you live in a hilly area, you get the same workout with less miles, so whether you count by time or miles....I don't care - admit your longest ride.
I'm currently at about 320lbs, started riding (at my heaviest) at about 375lbs. My longest ride, so far, was about 46 miles (about a year ago). I've been riding about 2 1/2 years and still haven't surpassed that (though admittedly have really slacked the last year).