Could it really be possible for a rider, like me (who is fat but loves cycling) to improve his skills and gain stability for riding a good mile? If Yes, How?
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Yes, stick to it and keep doing it, each time will get you that much closer to your goal. It is very possible, start slow and stay dedicated.
I actually am jealous of where you are! At your stage of training, you will see enormous improvements in your fitness and athletic performance by any measure you like, in a short period of time and without much effort. I haven't seen 100% or 200% improvements in anything in a six month period in probably 20 years.
At the stage I'm at, on the other hand, I have to put in a Herculean effort to see even small performance gains. Thankfully, I bike because I like it. :)