I had been having some weirdness with the site Fuelly.com. I have been using it to track gas mileage with both bikes and the truck. In the middle of January for no obvious reason, it stopped computing the mileage on the Ural properly. Just the Ural. I messed around with records on the site for a while before noticing that the odometer reading looked vaguely familiar. The errors apparently started when the current mileage just went past the mileage when I first picked up the bike in July, 2014. I had put in a new speedometer last May which started me back at 0. The solution was pretty straight forward. I exported all of the records from Fuelly into a CSV file, created a new vehicle on Fuelly.com, edited out the older records in the CSV and put replaced the old name with the new name and imported the CSV into the new vehicle. I guess I could've deleted the old vehicle but I wanted to retain the information. I guess the designers of the site never considered what would happen if an odometer rolled back to zero.