(YAHOO FINANCE) -- Harley-Davidson can’t ride into its future fast enough.
Shares of the iconic motorcycle maker fell 8.5% in early trading Tuesday after a nasty fourth quarter earnings miss and cautious outlook for 2019. As with much of 2018, the company continued to deal with aging motorcycle riders putting off new bike purchases and the youth of America sidestepping bike ownership.
Cost pressures related to new tariffs from the Trump administration’s global trade war also weighed on Harley-Davidson’s bottom line.
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