It is hard to say. Physical Therapy is going pretty well, I am going 3 times a week for 2 and a half hours each time. We just started with electromangnetic therapy (shock treatment). It is supposed to work the muscle that is currently inactive due to the nerve trauma. It is pretty cool to watch.
My leg strength is starting to come back although it is probably about half as strong as it was. It had gotten pretty weak. I am walking less and less with the cane, although I carry it with me to help with balance.
I think that the bones are healing very well, but they are not at this point the thing that is holding me back. It is the damn nerve in my leg. It is the source of very significant pain. Until I can pull my foot towards me, more and with more control. It is safer to ride stationary. I have been riding about 5 miles +or- 5 days a week or so. While I am pedaling it is pretty comfortable. So I don't need to worry about that.
I guess the short answer is since this was such a severe injury and the surgery was so traumatic, It still could be another couple of months.
I go see the Orthopedic Doctor on the 28th of March, just a couple days before I go to Colorado ( I will not be skiing either), so we will see what he says then.
On the bright side. The physcial therapy is also strengthing my right side, and my back, and stomach.
Thanks for asking,