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I'd go ahead and rack it today or tomorrow. A lot of times I lift my carboy onto the counter top the night before I'll rack to ensure all that lees settles well to the bottom. I've racked plenty of fruit meads after a primary fermentation of 10 days. The bubbles per minute will decrease significantly, but your mead will still continue to bubble as there will be residual yeast consuming sugars until the alcohol content becomes too toxic for the yeast of your particular strain. Then I'd rack again in another 2 to three months. I usually bottle after 6 months in the carboy.
 
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