Most everything in life takes balance. Whether its riding a bike, work, family, walking - everything is more enjoyable and works out much better if its in balance.
Weight loss and getting healthy takes balance as well. I'm guilty of trying to make a single change and hoping that it will balance things out, but I know it won't.
For the last few months I've quit focusing on what I've been eating and focused almost exclusively on riding my bike. While this is certainly enjoyable, and it has led to increased fitness on the bike, it has not led to any significant weight loss. Eating just as many (if not more calories) than one burns in a day will at best maintain your current weight and at worst allow you to gain weight.
Fortunately for me I haven't gained any more weight over the last few months, but I certainly haven't lost either. I know I have to work on the other side of the equation and reduce my caloric intake in order to see my weight reduced. Its time to do just that again.
I'm starting to log my food into MyFitnessPal again. I'm still using my FitBit to track my daily activity as well. With the longer rides I've been doing in the mornings its easier for me to hit basic goals of 8,000 to 10,000 steps per day. now I just need to limit my calories to 2,200 or so and I should start to see a loss of 2 to 3 lbs per week.
Balance. Life is so much better with it than without it.
Get on your bikes and ride!