Harley-Davidson’s been a busy little bee as of late.
From electric brand LiveWire going public, to the promotion of their new platform HarleyJobs.com and recent activity in the patents department (spoiler; we think the Pan Americanino will be a thing), we get a pretty good idea of how this marque lasted through the Great Depression.
Harley’s resourcefulness is legendary – which is why their third quarter results are no big surprise to anybody.
As per the press release from Harley-Davidson, the brand’s shipments grew by a very nice 19% compared to Q3 of 2021 – and that’s despite the slight freeze in production that happened earlier in the year.
Here’s a few graphs from the press release that contrast the figures more accurately:
Consolidated Financial Results:
Motorcycles and Related Products:
Retail Motorcycle Sales
With brand expectations rising their current trajectory +$20 million to $190 million, we’re expecting the coming season to be full of potato-potato-potato-potato.
Stay tuned, drop a comment below lettingus know what you think, and as ever – stay safe on the twisties.