Harley-Davidson reported higher quarterly earnings this morning, earning $113.9 million in the three-month period ended Sept. 30 – up 67 percent from the $68.2 million it earned in Q3 2017. That’s in spite of US sales being down 13.3% compared to Q3 last year, and worldwide motorcycle sales falling 7.8% in the recent quarter.

Given the recent headwinds it’s faced, though, and H-D’s plans to keep tacking into them, things do appear to be looking up.

More details here at USA Today.