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All-new Husqvarna TC 300 two-stroke machine added to the 2025 range while the rest of the group receive some updates.

Husqvarna Motorcycles have a larger line-up of seven machines for 2025. Multiple technical updates include revised frames, engine mounts, bodywork, and suspension settings with an exciting new two-stroke model added to the range – the TC 300.

The Husqvarna TC 300 certainly strengthens the 2025 two-stroke line-up.  Using the proven foundations of the TC 250, the 300cc model is capable of racing with 450cc four-strokes.
The FC 250 and FC 350 continue to be powered by DOHC engines that are designed to be lightweight and play a vital role in elevating overall handling. Together with the FC 450 – the flagship motocross machine manufactured by Husqvarna Motorcycles – all 2025 four-stroke models feature the latest technology and electronic rider aids for superior on track performance.
The latest generation Husqvarna frame ensures all seven models offer better handling in 2025. With material reduced around the upper shock mount and at the front of the chassis, the revisions were introduced to enhance flex characteristics, reduce weight, and improve cornering without compromising straight-line stability. Additionally, and exclusive to the three 4-stroke machines, new engine mounts aid the agility of each motorcycle.
Further chassis revisions include new suspension settings, linkage seals, and a smaller diameter linkage bolt to save weight while redesigned tank shrouds allow easier access to the adjusters on the WP shock. The seat height is 5 mm higher and wider at the lowest point for easier movement on the motorcycle while new, Swedish-inspired graphics create a distinctive look.
New for 2025 are Dunlop’s latest MX34 tyres, which provide improved acceleration and cornering, while ProTaper handlebars, ODI grips, and Brembo clutch and brake systems are retained for their proven performance and durability.
Technical highlights:
  • Revised chassis for enhanced flex and cornering agility
  • New linkage seals and linkage bolt for smoother shock performance and weight savings
  • New Dunlop Geomax MX34 tyres for exceptional grip on all surfaces
  • New engine mounts on FC models further improve chassis flex
  • New WP suspension settings adapted to the revised chassis
  • Revised radiator shrouds finished with new graphics
  • Revised swingarm improves durability of the chain slider
  • Slightly higher and wider seat with a high-grip cover for maximum control and manoeuvrability
  • Throttle body fuel injection on 2-stroke engines ensures class-leading power and rideability
  • FC 250 and FC 350 DOHC engines deliver class-leading torque and peak power
  • Multifunctional Map Select Switch offers two engine maps and houses the Quickshifter, Traction, and Launch Control buttons on all 4-stroke models
  • Aluminium-polyamide hybrid subframe construction provides specifically calculated rigidity and advanced durability
  • WP XACT 48 mm front forks with AER technology offer progressive end-of-stroke damping
  • WP XACT rear shock design with CFD-optimised main piston and tool-free adjusters
  • High-performance Brembo hydraulic clutch system
  • Premium-quality ProTaper handlebars and ODI grips
  • Electric starter on all models powered by a lightweight Li-Ion 2.0 Ah battery
A competition-focused range of Technical Accessories accompanies the launch of the 2025 motocross machines with the headlining component the Connectivity Unit Offroad. Once installed and paired with the free-to-download Ride Husqvarna Motorcycles app, riders can create and save multiple engine maps and suspension set-ups to suit a variety of racing surfaces and conditions.
The 2025 motocross range will be available  in limited numbers at authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles dealers in Australia and New Zealand from August 2024 onwards.